No Republican had a better chance to deal major damage to the Affordable Care Act than Matt Bevin. He didn't.
What will it take to motivate Dems to revive their party? How about thousands of Kentuckians being kicked off health insurance?
The first option would be to set up a full state-run marketplace like those in Connecticut, Kentucky and 12 other jurisdictions
In 2013, HuffPost's Jason Cherkis observed a scene at a Kentucky job fair that would later be retold in a speech by President
Beshear's standing has been elevated so much by health care reform that he's become a trendy dark-horse candidate for higher
Despite McConnell's assertion, the two issues are in fact directly connected, in that KYnect only exists because of the Affordable
“I’ve not had insurance for so long,” Cates says. “I didn’t get my hopes up." After logging out of Kynect, she says she decided
Stewart gets these questions regularly. She says one Kentuckian called her an "angel" after she explained that he could get
"There's a story that came out of Kentucky where some folks were signing people up at a county fair somewhere, and some guy
A middle-aged man in a red golf shirt shuffles up to a small folding table with gold trim, in a booth adorned with a flotilla of helium balloons, where government workers at the Kentucky State Fair are hawking the virtues of Kynect, the state’s health benefit exchange established by Obamacare.
A resident chimes in about the qualifications of the Kynect workers who will be assisting residents navigate the system, and