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If the justices side with the Obama administration, they will be viewed as brilliant and nonpartisan. If the reverse occurs, why then, the justices are partisan, judicial activists who have delegitimized the court.

Democrats put John Roberts on trial

Obamacare offers peace of mind Khallilah Watkins didn’t have before – even when she was covered through an employer plan. Three years ago, she was in a car accident so serious that she’s still in pain every day. Because her coverage at the time had a limit on the benefits it would provide, Watkins is now paying off $10,000 in debt from fees she had to pay out-of-pocket for her physical therapy, imaging tests and other aspects of treatment and rehabilitation.

Why she’s giving thanks for Obamacare

Obamacare coverage of preventive screenings, family planning services and more provides peace of mind for millions of women and their families.

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Republicans who have been hell bent on getting their hooks into Obamacare through the Supreme Court might be in for a painful surprise if the plaintiffs in King v Burwell prevail.

Jonathan Gruber, who worked on both Romneycare and Obamacare, explains health reform's individual mandate in these pages from his graphic novel, "Health Care Reform."

Romneycare, Obamacare, and beyond

Jonathan Gruber, who worked on both Romneycare and Obamacare, explains health reform's individual mandate in these pages from his graphic novel, "Health Care Reform.

I never said I was governor of Massachusetts. By Steve Benson #GoComics #PoliticalCartooon #Romney #Election2012 #Politics

Steve Benson by Steve Benson for Jun 5, 2012

Obamacare changed everything for those with chronic conditions, improving access to coverage, treatment, information and outcomes

Pre-existing conditions? ‘No such thing’

Obamacare changed everything for those with chronic conditions, improving access to coverage, treatment, information and outcomes

What's Next For Obamacare: A Step-By-Step Guide #infographic #infographics

What's Next For ObamaCare: A Step-By-Step Guide

The Silver plan Leonard and Dawn Erina purchased through HealthCare.gov would have a monthly premium of $1,131 without the help of tax credits totaling $853, which is based on their income. Their monthly premium is now just $278.  “That $1,131 premium is about $110 less than Leonard’s monthly Social Security check,” Dawn says. “We could maybe get groceries for a week with what’s left if we didn’t have tax subsidies.”

The life-or-death impact of King v. Burwell

Reverse rate shock?  In the marketplaces where people who do not have access to employer-sponsored insurance will be purchasing their own coverage, rates will be much lower than expected. This is true even in Red States that have resisted Obamacare. http://www.healthinsurance.org/blog/2013/09/26/obamacare-and-the-bad-news-bearers/

Reverse rate shock?

In the marketplaces where people who do not have access to employer-sponsored insurance will be purchasing their own coverage, rates will be much lower than expected. This is true even in Red States that have resisted Obamacare.

The Right's peculiar "rights" concerning gay marriage and Obamacare.

The Right's peculiar "rights" concerning gay marriage and Obamacare

The Right's peculiar "rights" concerning gay marriage and Obamacare.

ACA critics play the ‘rating game’ but it isn’t working  With enrollment numbers on track, more carriers on board, critics howl about 'huge' rate increases that are, in most cases, modest

ACA critics play the ‘rating game’ but it isn’t working

ACA critics play the ‘rating game’ but it isn’t working With enrollment numbers on track, more carriers on board, critics howl about 'huge' rate increases that are, in most cases, modest

Financial ruin for millions? #ThanksGOP  A Supreme Court ruling invalidating subsidies could take health coverage from 8.5 million and make rates painfully high for another 4.5 million.

Financial ruin for millions? #ThanksGOP

Financial ruin for millions? A Supreme Court ruling invalidating subsidies could take health coverage from million and make rates painfully high for another million.

The Affordable Care Act is not a perfect law by a long shot, and critics will continue to take shots at it for political gain, but it most definitely is not on the verge of collapsing. If you depend on it for access to care, as millions of us do, you can sleep easier knowing that.

Is Obamacare ‘collapsing’?

The Affordable Care Act is not a perfect law by a long shot, and critics will continue to take shots at it for political gain, but it most definitely is not on the verge of collapsing. If you depend on it for access to care, as millions of us do, you can sleep easier knowing that.

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