A shift to self-employment during the pandemic may partly be responsible for the enrollment surge in plans through the Affordable Care Act marketplace.
But ACA coverage is more affordable to many, thanks to extended government subsidies.
The Biden administration says nearly 3 million people signed up during the extended ACA enrollment period.
Free premiums and very low co-pays will kick in for people who received at least a week of benefits, regardless of income.
Lots of low- and middle-income folks who didn’t qualify for subsidies before will now.
More than 20 million people would lose health insurance if the Supreme Court invalidates the Affordable Care Act.
Over religious or moral objections, employers can deny the coverage that's required by the Affordable Care Act.
About 500,000 people signed up for Obamacare coverage after COVID-19-related job losses.
The health plans, available to gig workers and the self-employed, are seeing an "influx of enrollment," one expert says.