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  • Heath care troubles could grow exponentially

    After being defeated last week, the push for expanded health care is already underway for the coming session, and the fate of 1.3 million Floridians' health insurance, which is in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court, could speed up the debate.

  • Health care expansion resistance still strong

    After a half-day health care workshop, resistance to expanding health care remains strong in the Florida House, and the opposition might have as much to do with what's in the bill as what it's being called.

  • Ad portrays Florida hospitals as greedy

    A slick new ad in the battle over health care expansion portrays Florida hospitals as greedy and responsible for an increasing national debt. Health care advocates call the spot inaccurate.

  • Florida ACA premiums increase up to 20%

    The average monthly premiums for mid-range health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act increased as much as 20 percent in some parts of Florida, according to an Associated Press analysis.

  • Organizations receive grants for consumers

    Three Florida organizations will receive nearly $7 million to help consumers sign up for health insurance during the second enrollment season under the Affordable Care Act.

  • Deadline to clear up health law eligibility nears

    Nearly 100,000 Floridians who bought health insurance through the Affordable Care Act could have their taxpayer-subsidized coverage cancelled if they don't send citizenship and immigration documents to confirm their eligibility by Sept. 5.

  • Race to sign up for health care

    VIDEO: With the deadline to sign up for health care coverage around the corner, health care navigators have seen a huge increase in the number of people making appointments for help.

  • Health Care deadline

    There are less than 5 days remaining to start signing up for health care. The deadline is Monday, March 31st.

  • Help signing up for health care

    VIDEO: Time is ticking to sign up for health insurance. If you've started applying and can't finish by March 31st, you can get an extension. Several events scheduled around Jacksonville can help you get enrolled.

  • Healthcare enrollment deadline extended for some

    President Obama is giving Americans more time to apply for new health insurance, but only if they've already started the process on Those applicants can seek an extension of next Monday's March 31st deadline if they can show that they are in the system.

  • Politicians, Florida Blue, hospital CEOs discuss health care reform

    A discussion on the Affordable Care Act, implementation, changes and the impact on Floridians, the state's largest insurer and heath care institutions.

  • Health care fix announcement

    President Obama told the nation today, he's not a perfect man nor a perfect president, admitting his administration fumbled the roll out of the affordable health care act. President Obama also address health care numbers and what action will be taken next.

  • 20 health insurance terms you should know

    Here are some terms you may want to learn before you dive into a decision about your health insurance for next year.

  • 15 facts about health care reform

    The Obama administration has extended the March 31 deadline for people who are having difficulty getting health insurance coverage through the federal marketplace. Take a look at some of the law's most significant policies, consequences and facts.

  • Affordable Care Act enrollment by state

    Monday is deadline to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Here's a state-by-state look at enrollment through March 1, which is the most recent data available by state.

  • Health care law premiums by state

    In most states, Monday is the deadline to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act if you want coverage to start on Jan. 1. Find out what insurance under the Affordable Care Act will cost in your state.

  • Top health care law complaints

    President Barack Obama plans to lay out an administrative solution to address the problem of people getting cancellation notices from their health insurance providers due to the Affordable Care Act. The insurance cancellations have been just one of many problems with the ACA. Here are the top complaints.

  • States losing out under 'Obamacare'

    Not everyone's a winner under "Obamacare." In fact, the uninsured in some states won't benefit at all.