President Barack Obama brought congressional leaders to the White House on Wednesday for the first time since a government shutdown began, but there was no sign of progress toward ending the impasse.
California’s health insurance exchange not only will allow individuals to shop for health insurance plans, but small businesses, as well. Covered California’s Executive Director Peter Lee explains how.
There were suggestions from leaders in both parties that the government shutdown, heading for its second day, could last for weeks and grow to encompass a possible default by the Treasury if Congress fails to raise the nation’s debt ceiling.
Business officially opened Tuesday morning at health insurance exchange call centers in California, under President Obama’s health care overhaul.
The White House budget office directed federal agencies to shut down early Tuesday, after Congress missed a midnight funding deadline and triggered a government closure for the first time in 17 years.
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With major parts of the Affordable Care Act taking effect on Tuesday, the Covered California call center in Concord said they are prepared to answer questions about health care reform.
Starting Tuesday, more than 160 customer service agents in a Concord warehouse will be fielding calls from prospective enrollees in the state’s new health care exchange under the federal Affordable Care Act of 2010.
The controversy over the Affordable Care Act landed in Silicon Valley Thursday as small businesses questioned a panel of experts about whether they could afford the costs associated with the new health insurance requirements.
CA Dem. party communications chair Allan Brauer tweeted Amanda Carpenter, a speechwriter for Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, “May your children all die from debilitating, painful and incurable diseases.”