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During Obamacare Enrollment in the Trump Era, States Face Greater Challenges

With less federal funding for outreach and advertising, and no more tax penalty for being uninsured, it's harder to convince people to sign up for health care.


What the Midterms Mean for Health Care

The trajectory of health policy -- from Medicaid to abortion to soda taxes -- is set for change in some states.

• Red-State Voters Opt for Obamacare

As Medicaid Work Requirements Spread, More Expected to Lose Health Care

Wisconsin just got approval to implement the new rule, and it will take effect in two other states in January. Meanwhile, more than 8,000 people have lost health insurance in Arkansas -- many who may comply with the rule but not know about it.

A Bad Night for Abortion Rights

Alabama and West Virginia voters preemptively criminalized abortion in case Roe v. Wade is struck down. But voters in Oregon defeated an attempt to restrict coverage.