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Unlike some other areas of the country, young people make up a strong portion of people signed up for health care under Obamacare in D.C.
The Affordable Care Act may be controversial, but with enrollments exceeding expectations, it could have a ripple effect that benefits your bottom line.
Dr. Harry Greenspun, senior adviser at the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions
D.C. residents can sign up for health coverage through April 15.
The Maryland Health Benefit Exchange has been fraught with failures, but it's also being called a success.
Maryland health secretary testifies in Washington on health exchange website problems
Md. chooses technology used by Conn., will dump flawed health exchange website
By 2 p.m. on Monday, the last day to sign up for the Affordable Care Act, Angela Everett had already greeted hundreds of last-minute applicants who were confused, irritated and even a little frightened.
AP sources: Obama health law sign-ups on track to hit 7M on deadline day despite glitches
WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck reports.
Health care Q&A: Health insurance scofflaws and those new exchange plans
Health care Q&A: Am I stuck with my job's health plan? Do I need coverage when out of work?
On Monday, Bankrate insurance analyst Doug Whiteman explained to WTOP's Veronica Robinson that "it seems that there is ... a big lack of information among people who would stand to benefit from the Affordable Care Act."
Va. won't change reduced hours for adjunct college instructors after receiving IRS guidance
Concerns about health care website security easing as recent testing successfully completed
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who's running for governor, is trying to get the state's health care exchange in running order while hoping its problems don't hurt his campaign chances.
Md. lawmakers to question health exchange problems, as officials announce deal with providers
Deadlines under the federal Affordable Care Act, known colloquially as Obamacare, are confusing to say the least. Here's a break down of when you need to meet the deadline in Virginia, Maryland and D.C.
Govt offering stopgap measures for those having trouble replacing canceled insurance policies
Health insurance industry says consumers can pay first premiums under health law by Jan. 10
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