15 facts about health care reform

POSTED: 6:43 AM Dec 24 2013   UPDATED: 2:08 AM Mar 27 2014

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.

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Most of the attention has been on problems with the Affordable Care Act's website the past few weeks, but there's still much confusion about what the health care law will mean for families and small businesses.

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Affordable Care Act signups top 11 million

Signing up for Affordable Care Act

About 11.4 million people have signed up for Affordable Care Act coverage for 2015, the Obama administration announced Tuesday evening.

House votes to repeal Affordable Care Act -- again

US Capitol from the front

The Republican-led House of Representatives passed legislation to roll back Obamacare on Tuesday, a measure that the Obama administration already vowed to veto.

The vote was 239-186, with no House Democrat supporting the measure and three House GOP fr...

Millions to owe Affordable Care Act tax penalty

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The debut of the Affordable Care Act health insurance exchanges has been anything but smooth.

Some 3 million to 6 million Americans will have to pay an Affordable Care Act tax penalty for not having health insurance last year, Treasury officials said Wednesday.

President acknowledges health site problems

Boston woman with I love Obamacare on cast

President Barack Obama on Wednesday acknowledged that the Affordable Care Act website was too slow and too many people "have gotten stuck" in it, adding "I'm not happy about it."