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The HealthCare.gov website continues to cause a lot of sleepless nights. Chrissie Cummings has tried everyday to sign up, and now she's calling it the stupidest thing she's ever heard of. ...
Even before the Affordable Care Act enrollment period officially opened Tuesday, people had plenty of questions about the new program. But the biggest question now is when can I access the ...
In Milwaukee and all over the country, the uninsured tried to sign up online, but they found error messages, and the wait time for help over the phone in many cases ...
The Affordable Care Act went into effect at midnight Monday night, but there's still some confusion as to how exactly it will work in the state of Wisconsin.
There are many questions out there about what is open and what is not. Here is a list, straight from the federal government.
Wisconsin's representatives and senators are sounding off on the government shutdown.
Despite the government shutdown, enrollment for the Affordable Care Act starts Tuesday, as scheduled.
The shutdown of the government is affecting people through all walks of life. It is the first shutdown in the age of Twitter, and people are sharing their thoughts. See the ...
The people anxiously awaiting news about a government shutdown include Timothy Donohue, principal investigator at the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center in Madison.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele is proposing ending health insurance coverage for county employees and having them buy insurance through the new health insurance exchange.
Wisconsin is warning people to be on the look out for potential scammers as the Affordable Care Act starts to go into effect.
The government shutdown will have a major impact in the Milwaukee area and across the state of Wisconsin.
“When I saw this letter that I’m not going to be able to keep the coverage any longer, I was really frustrated,” said Cindy Hapanowicz.
Next week, people who don't have health insurance can start signing up for the Affordable Care Act, but many questions remain.
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