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The good news is that as of 2019, there is no longer a penalty for not carrying health insurance. The bad news is that health insurance is still expensive. Finding health insurance can be like a minefield of huge premiums, unreliable coverage and hidden fees. READ MORE >>

In a lawsuit filed Monday, the Fort Worth Roman Catholic Diocese says its religious liberties are under attack by provisions of President Barack Obama's healthcare law that require it to cover contraceptives and other services contrary to church doctrine. READ MORE >>

Texas employers and consumers are projected to receive the largest combined rebates of any state from health insurers who spent more on administrative expenses (executive salaries, marketing) and profits in 2011 than allowed by the Affordable Care Act. There’s a fact sheet about the “medical loss ratio” on HealthCare. READ MORE >>

The Supreme Court on Monday prepared to kick off three days of arguments on President Barack Obama's health-care law, with the justices considering the preliminary issue of whether the case is ripe for a decision. READ MORE >>

Whether you're graduating from high school or college, this can be one of the most exciting times in your life. But don't allow your enthusiasm for freedom and the future to interrupt your good sense and the process of purchasing the right insurance policies for all of your risks. Renters Insurance READ MORE >>

 A new report by The Commonwealth Fund shows Texas ranks at the bottom in many areas of health care access, prevention and treatment, potentially avoidable hospital use and costs, and population health. The survey compared 306 hospital regions nationally. Dallas ranked No. READ MORE >>

Tobacco users at Texas A&M will pay an extra $360 a year for health coverage starting Sept. 1 under a new A&M System policy that aims to keep people healthier and save money by cutting down on costs of treating tobacco-related diseases. READ MORE >>

If you are 40 or over, then the time to start shopping for a long-term care (LTC) insurance policy is now. There is no age that marks the starting point for the LTC shopping experience, but the older you get the more expensive your rates will be, which means it's best to shop as early as possible. READ MORE >>

The percentage of Texans with health insurance would rise from 74 percent to 91 percent under the new federal health care law, a state official told lawmakers Monday. State Medicaid Director Billy Millwee also said the state is prepared to implement the new rules regardless of whether the U.S. READ MORE >>

Under the 2010 federal health care reform law, Texas is reviewing medical insurance companies' rate increases of at least 10 percent to determine whether they are justified, but even if reviewers find a problem, they have no way of heading it off or even letting the public know about it. READ MORE >>

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