Oklahoma health insurance consumers will still receive benefits and protections of the Affordable Care Act

Barriers still remain in achieving the real goal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), to get uninsured Americans affordable healthcare coverage. The Supreme Court created one of these barriers when it ruled that the federal government could not force states… Read more [More...]

A lose-lose situation: Oklahoma still wears health law blinders

Last summer, the United States Supreme Court in National Federation of Independent Business vs. Sebelius (NFIB) found the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) to be constitutional. The re-election of President Obama confirmed that the law would continue to… Read more [More...]

Health Care Reform (8): Temporary High Risk Pools

This is the eighth in an ongoing series of posts examining the Affordable Care Act, including previous posts on health insurance exchanges and tax credits for small businesses.  You can also visit the health care reform page on our website… Read more [More...]

Guest Blog (Brad Byers): Health care reform – the battle between fact and myth

From time to time, we use the OK Policy blog to post contributions from guests on important policy issues for the state. Brad Byers is a retired Tulsan whose professional experience includes having been public affairs officer for the National… Read more [More...]