This map shows the average amount individuals who purchased subsidized insurance in states that use federal exchanges would have to pay if Tuesday’s decision by an appeals court panel survives additional appeals.

By the numbers - How the Affordable Care Act is working:
Number of uninsured American adults drops from 20% to 15%.
Number of uninsured young adults drops from 28% to 18%.
Uninsured rate for Americans in poverty drops from 28% to 17% (in states that accepted Medicaid expansion. In non-expanding states? No significant change.) 

By the numbers - How the Affordable Care Act is working:

Number of uninsured American adults drops from 20% to 15%.

Number of uninsured young adults drops from 28% to 18%.

Uninsured rate for Americans in poverty drops from 28% to 17% (in states that accepted Medicaid expansion. In non-expanding states? No significant change.) 

According to the survey, 78% of survey respondents - and 74% of REPUBLICAN respondents - say they are very or somewhat satisfied with their coverage. 

Democrat’s ad slays Obamacare-hating Republican

No-holds-barred TV ad explains why DC legislators like John Kline make health insurance executives want to throw a dance party


If Kline had his way, Obermueller says, “Insurance companies would go back to charging whatever they want. Charging women more for health coverage. Denying coverage for preexisting conditions. And even dropping coverage when you get sick.” And then this: “If John Kline got his way, 11 million Americans would lose their coverage. No wonder the insurance industry gave John Kline $430,000.”

Democrat’s ad slays Obamacare-hating Republican


No-holds-barred TV ad explains why DC legislators like John Kline make health insurance executives want to throw a dance party

If Kline had his way, Obermueller says, “Insurance companies would go back to charging whatever they want. Charging women more for health coverage. Denying coverage for preexisting conditions. And even dropping coverage when you get sick.” And then this: “If John Kline got his way, 11 million Americans would lose their coverage. No wonder the insurance industry gave John Kline $430,000.”

States that refuse Medicaid are leaving over 250,000 poor veterans uninsured

Many assume that all of the nation’s veterans are entitled to health care through the Veteran’s Administration, but that’s not the case; a veteran must have served for two continuous years or the full period for which they were called to active duty in order to be eligible. There are some exceptions — like for individuals who were discharged for a disability sustained in the line of duty — but about 1.3 million veterans remain uninsured nationwide.

States that refuse Medicaid are leaving over 250,000 poor veterans uninsured

Many assume that all of the nation’s veterans are entitled to health care through the Veteran’s Administration, but that’s not the case; a veteran must have served for two continuous years or the full period for which they were called to active duty in order to be eligible. There are some exceptions — like for individuals who were discharged for a disability sustained in the line of duty — but about 1.3 million veterans remain uninsured nationwide.

‘Bros’ on board – and other promising signs

With 8 million in ACA exchanges – 28 percent of them young adults – the collapse of the Affordable Care Act isn’t all critics cracked up to be

‘Bros’ on board – and other promising signs

With 8 million in ACA exchanges – 28 percent of them young adults – the collapse of the Affordable Care Act isn’t all critics cracked up to be

‘Health insurance’ that is too good to be true


Florida leads the way in providing a multitude of insurance options with one conspicuous flaw: they aren’t actually real health insurance

‘Health insurance’ that is too good to be true

Florida leads the way in providing a multitude of insurance options with one conspicuous flaw: they aren’t actually real health insurance

SO LONG AS TED CRUZ IS PROMISING OBAMACARE CAN BE STOPPED, NO REPUBLICAN CAN OUTLINE A PLAN TO TWEAK IT

Pretty much.

@sarahkliff Nails it.

In other words, the law has won its survival. The Obama administration can exhale. Personnel changes can be made. A new team — led by Office of Management and Budget Director Sylvia Matthews Burwell, who the White House calls a proven manager— can be brought in to continue to improve the law. And Sebelius can leave with her head held high. She can leave with the law she helped build looking, shockingly, like a success.