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The Supreme Court SAVES ObamaCare For The Second Time

The U.S. Supreme Court has saved ObamaCare from its opponents for the second time in three years. On Thursday it issued a landmark ruling when it rejected King v. Burwell, a major lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act.

The plaintiffs raised the question of whether the IRS is allowed to give tax credits to people in states with health insurance exchanges established by the Federal government, instead of the state.

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Options for Bridging the Health Insurance Coverage Gap

The Affordable Care Act originally planned to expand Medicaid's reach to all low-income Americans. This would have provided people with quality insurance, even if their income fell below the limit to qualify for a federal subsidy. Unfortunately, things don't always go as planned and the refusal to expand Medicaid has left many Americans lost in the depths of the coverage gap. There is hope, however. If you are ineligible for your state's Medicaid program, these options can help you bridge the gap and get the coverage you need.

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What you need to know to find affordable health insurance in the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Finding a Plan in the Health Insurance Marketplace

If you live in a state that has set up its own health insurance exchange, you will use your state's site to pick your plan and sign up for health insurance. If not, you will sign up via the Federal health insurance exchange at If you are unsure which site to use, just head over to If your state has set up an exchange, will automatically send you there.

Visit this page to read what ObamaCare covers, the types of health insurance plans offered, and how to choose one.

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