Tag Archives: Affordable Care Act

Judge dismisses Maryland’s lawsuit claiming nonenforcement of ACA

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (File Photo)

A federal judge Friday dismissed Maryland’s lawsuit seeking to have the Affordable Care Act declared constitutional and enforceable because the state currently lacks standing, but she left the door open for the lawsuit to be filed again later. U.S. District ...

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Trump administration moves to dismiss Baltimore’s ACA lawsuit

The HealthCare.gov website is photographed in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. Numbers released this week by the government show just a slight dip in people enrolled for Affordable Care Act coverage next year through HealthCare.gov. That’s the case even though the Republican-led Congress repealed fines for being uninsured effective Jan. 1. The drop _ from 8.8 million to 8.5 million _ was far less than experts forecast.  (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

The Trump administration filed a motion Monday seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a group of cities, including Baltimore, critical of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Baltimore, Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago filed suit in August alleging ...

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Md. makes last push during final days of open enrollment

Vincent DeMarco

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland leaders, officials and advocates started their crucial final push to sign up the state’s uninsured on the Affordable Care Act marketplaces Tuesday, with just 10 days remaining in the open enrollment period. The state’s enrollment numbers have ...

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Md., insurers say amended rate-hike plans would have limited impact

Maryland Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer. (File)

Decisions made by the Maryland’s insurers and regulators could prevent most consumers from being significantly affected by President Donald Trump’s decision to stop paying cost-sharing reduction subsidies to insurance companies. CareFirst and Kaiser Permanente have filed amended rate requests with ...

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