Federal Judge May Keep ACA Subsidy Money Flowing
Vince Chhabria, an Obama nominee, has scheduled a hearing for 2 p.m. PDT Monday.
Attorneys General Seek Emergency Order to Protect ACA Subsidy
Officials from about 20 states are seeking help from a federal judge in California.
Calling Trump's Health Care Move 'Sabotage,' Becerra Teams Up for New Suit
States could allege that the administration violated the federal Administrative Procedures Act.
California Drug Price Bill Becomes Law as Legal Fight Looms
The Golden State wants manufacturers to give health plans warnings about big price increases.
California Governor Signs Annuity Cash Surrender Bill
The state law created by A.B. 1398 will set procedural rules for annuity cash surrenders.
LPL Buys 4 NPH Broker-Dealers
The $325-million purchase price could rise, depending on how much of the National Planning Holdings advisors' revenue moves to their new parent firm.
Judge Backs Health Insurer Molina in $52M ACA Suit, but It's Not the End
Thomas Wheeler granted partial summary judgment in favor of the insurer.
CVS Health Is Sued Over `Clawbacks' of Prescription Drug Co-Pays
A California woman says her co-payment was higher than the cost of her medicine.
5 Top ACA Exchange States’ Early 2018 Plan Menus
For issuers of individual major medical coverage, the lack of information about the 2018 market creates a cost-forecasting nightmare.
Health Agents Fight Single-Payer Storm With Tornado
NAHU hopes a new infographic will help rally opposition against state and federal efforts to set up single-payer health care systems.