• Democratic Voters Now Care More About the Affordable Care Act Than Republican Voters Do

    The future of the Affordable Care Act, once a key issue for Republican voters, is now of higher importance to Democratic voters. This KFF Health Tracking Poll also explores other important issues for candidates to discuss according to voters, Medicaid unwinding, Medicare drug-price provisions, and abortion as a voting issue.

  • Implications of the Ruling on the ACA’s Preventive Services Requirement

    This post summarizes some of the key issues related to the U.S. District Court’s March 30 ruling in Braidwood Management v. Becerra, which imposes new limits on the government’s ability to enforce preventive service requirements nationwide.

  • Already at Record High, ACA Marketplace Enrollment Could Increase Further

    This analysis looks at how many people are signed up for each type of individual ACA Marketplace coverage—both on- and off-Marketplace and with or without subsidies—as of early 2023 based on federal enrollment data and administrative data insurers report to state regulators, as compiled by Mark Farrah Associates. The number of people enrolled in compliant and non-compliant plans was also evaluated.

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