Affordable Care Act

Kentucky Politicians Quick To React To Supreme Court Ruling On Obamacare

Jun 25, 2015

U-S Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wasted no time in reacting to today's Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare.  The Kentucky Republican renewed his attack on the entire law in a Senate floor speech.

Josh James / WUKY

For Kentuckians unaware of penalties for failing to sign up for health insurance, opening their taxes this year could be a rude awakening. That’s why Gov. Steve Beshear has announced he’s adding an additional sign-up window between March 2 and April 30 for last-minute customers.

Kentucky families are set to receive an average of $43 in refunds from four state health insurers.

Josh James / WUKY

Democratic 6th District Congressional candidate Elisabeth Jensen is pledging to get her health coverage through the state’s exchange if elected.

In a move sure to reignite debate with Republicans, Gov. Steve Beshear has bypassed the legislature to reauthorize the state's insurance exchange.

Kentucky senate candidates are reacting to Monday’s Supreme Court decision regarding contraceptive coverage.

State officials have released the first official tally of Kynect sign-ups during the health insurance exchange’s first open enrollment period.

The Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission has released a report detailing the scope of lobbying efforts during the legislative session in Frankfort.

Over 300,000 Kentuckians have enrolled in healthcare coverage through the state’s benefits exchange.

Debate over the state House version of Gov. Steve Beshear’s budget veered frequently onto the topic of the Affordable Care Act Thursday evening.

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