How the Supreme Court's decision on Obamacare might affect middle-aged Americans, and other important news of the week
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March, 28 2012
At issue: Can the government compel people to buy health insurance?
August, 24 2011
Affordable Care Act will give newly unemployed more choices for coverage in 2014, authors say.
July, 28 2011
U.S. to Pay Bigger Share of Rising Cost of Health Care
April, 28 2011
Changes planned to offset the cost of health-care reform by reducing subsidies for people who don't really need the help.
April, 11 2011
Experts say changes kick in this year, with the 'donut hole' disappearing by 2020.
March, 23 2011
But many agree the provision requiring insurance for all is a tough pill to swallow.
March, 1 2011
But many wonder if political leanings will influence Supreme Court's ultimate decision, Harris Interactive/HealthDay survey shows.
January, 31 2011
Ruling cites provision that says Americans must buy insurance or face penalty.
January, 27 2011
How the health care reform legislation affects people over 50, but still too young for Medicare coverage.
January, 3 2011
Health reform law makes benefit part of effort to expand preventive services.
December, 27 2010
Middle-aged consumers should pay close attention to court and Capitol Hill battles.
December, 14 2010
Benefits will help a generation hit hard by unemployment, rising health-care costs.
December, 6 2010
But even opponents back many provisions of the controversial law, Harris Interactive/HealthDay poll finds.
October, 14 2010
It's important to review your choices annually, especially this year as new health care policies take effect.