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Enrolling young people into Affordable Care Act may be challenging

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| Health officials are worried that this won't be incentive enough for young, healthy adults who are critical to balancing out the insurance pools to join in.

Obamacare: An FAQ on how California's health care exchange will affect you


You have questions, we have answers. Covered California unveiled the insurance plans it will sell to individuals once the Affordable Care Act takes effect next year.

Undocumented workers and the Affordable Care Act


The Affordable Care Act will provide insurance to millions of low-income people who currently don't have it. But undocumented workers - even those on the path to citizenship - won't be guaranteed any federal health benefits, which critics worry could create a sub-class of uninsured.

Calif. smokers could pay higher health insurance under Obamacare


A "tobacco surcharge" in the Affordable Care Act could lead to higher health premiums for smokers. But a bill in the California assembly would block higher rates in the state.

What the Affordable Care Act means for multi-status families


When the Affordable Care Act goes into effect, millions of new patients will have access to health care. But the law excludes undocumented immigrants, estimated to be about 11 million people nationwide.

Affordable Care Act: What's at stake for CA minorities?


The Affordable Care Act is expected to expand access to Medi-Cal for millions of uninsured Californians in 2014. What’s at stake for communities of color?

Chat: What do you want to know about the Affordable Care Act?


Do the details of the Affordable Care Act still have you scratching your head? Have questions about how it will affect you?

All eyes on the Supreme Court’s Affordable Care Act ruling


In one of the most hotly anticipated rulings in decades, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of President Obama’s healthcare law.