Everything you need to know about Obamacare

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CURATED BY Sarah Kliff

2014-05-15 17:06:15 -0400

  1. What is Obamacare?
  2. What does Obamacare do?
  3. Who gets health insurance through Obamacare?
  4. What is a health insurance exchange?
  5. What is the individual mandate?
  6. What's an individual man date?
  7. Can I buy Obamacare right now?
  8. What happens if I don't buy health insurance?
  9. What happens to pre-existing conditions under Obamacare?
  10. What medical services does Obamacare cover?
  11. What is a health insurance subsidy?
  12. Is Obamacare available in all states?
  13. What happens to poor people in non-Medicaid expansion states?
  14. Will Obamacare cover all of the uninsured?
  15. What is the conservative case against Obamacare?
  16. How much does Obamacare cost the government?
  17. Is Obamacare popular?
  18. Will Obamacare get repealed?
  19. What's been delayed in Obamacare?
  20. What is the IPAB?
  21. What parts of Obamacare are already in effect?
  22. Does Obamacare change the care hospitals and doctors provide?
  23. Will Obamacare cause overcrowding in hospitals and doctors' offices?
  24. How many people have signed up for Obamacare?
  25. Who is signing up for Obamacare?
  26. Did Obamacare cause millions of insurance plans to get canceled?
  27. Will Obamacare let Americans retire earlier?
  28. Is the Census trying to hide how many people signed up for Obamacare?
  29. How did Oregon get Obamacare so wrong?
  30. You didn't answer my question!
  31. Where can I learn more about Obamacare?
  32. How have these cards changed?
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    What is Obamacare?

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    What does Obamacare do?

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    Who gets health insurance through Obamacare?

    Over the next decade, budget forecasters expect millions of uninsured people to gain coverage because of Obamacare. Those people will mostly come in through two doors: the insurance exchanges and the Medicaid expansion.

    The Congressional Budget Office expects that 13 million people will join Medicaid. This is the public program that covers low income Americans. And under Obamacare, half of the states are expanding it to cover everyone below 133 percent of the federal poverty line ($15,521 for an individual or $31,721 for a family of four).

    Another 24 million people will sign up for insurance through the exchanges, online marketplaces (including healthcare.gov) where consumers can compare and purchase plans. Not all of these people will be uninsured: some will have previously had coverage at work or through a plan they bought on their own.

    Obamacare pretty much leaves out people who already have insurance coverage, whether that’s through their workplace or the government. That’s a pretty big chunk of the population — about 68 percent of the country — that will not be directly affected by Obamacare.

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    What is a health insurance exchange?

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    What is the individual mandate?

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    What's an individual man date?

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    Can I buy Obamacare right now?

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    What happens if I don't buy health insurance?

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    What happens to pre-existing conditions under Obamacare?

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    What medical services does Obamacare cover?

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    What is a health insurance subsidy?

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    Is Obamacare available in all states?

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    What happens to poor people in non-Medicaid expansion states?

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    Will Obamacare cover all of the uninsured?

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    What is the conservative case against Obamacare?

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    How much does Obamacare cost the government?

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    Is Obamacare popular?

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    Will Obamacare get repealed?

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    What's been delayed in Obamacare?

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    What is the IPAB?

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    What parts of Obamacare are already in effect?

  22. Card 22 of 32

    Does Obamacare change the care hospitals and doctors provide?

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    Will Obamacare cause overcrowding in hospitals and doctors' offices?

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    How many people have signed up for Obamacare?

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    Who is signing up for Obamacare?

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    Did Obamacare cause millions of insurance plans to get canceled?

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    Will Obamacare let Americans retire earlier?

  28. Card 28 of 32

    Is the Census trying to hide how many people signed up for Obamacare?

  29. Card 29 of 32

    How did Oregon get Obamacare so wrong?

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    You didn't answer my question!

  31. Card 31 of 32

    Where can I learn more about Obamacare?

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    How have these cards changed?

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