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Coretopic:Health Reform

For decades, U.S. legislators struggled with how to ensure all Americans had health insurance. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly shortened to Affordable Care Act (ACA) or “Obamacare,” was signed in 2010 and meant to cover about 32 million Americans by 2019. The complex, multi-part legislation remains highly divisive and misunderstood.


New Shared Wisdom

Covering health policy

Kristin Gourlay offers her tip on understanding the state, federal policies driving financial decisions. See it now »

New Tip Sheet

Selling insurance across state lines

How is this proposal for interstate insurance sales different than what exists in the marketplace? See it now »

New How I Did It

Failures among co-ops

Adam Cancryn delved into the many reasons behind the collapse of these alternative insurers. See it now »

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