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Everything You Want to Know about Obamacare in One Place


Readers interested in the Affordable Care Act should take note of an excellent new resource from the Wall Street Journal. The paper has collected all of its running coverage of the ACA implementation as well as a lot of extra features and put them on a single “Health Law Rollout” page:

This guide explains the law and its impact on industry, consumers and states, and includes maps showing state positions on Medicaid and the insurance exchanges, a subsidy calculator and a timeline of key dates in the rollout. You can also take an interactive tour of “Obamacare,” learning through your own eyes what’s covered and how the law affects you, your employer and the uninsured.

One of the biggest problems with covering Obamacare is the sheer difficulty of finding information underneath all the loose predictions and hypotheticals. Nobody—including the administration— seems to have a comprehensive understanding of the facts involved in the rollout. So if you’re in the market for one stop shop for learning as much as you can about the law, this WSJ page seems like a good place to start.

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  • ojfl

    The WSJ even won a Pulitzer for its coverage of Obamacare. Joe Rego won it.

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