Key Insurer Centene Plans to Expand Health Exchange PresenceThe insurer said it will start offering coverage on exchanges in Missouri, Kansas and Nevada. It also will expand its presence in Florida, Ohio, Texas and Washington, among other states.
Sen. McCaskill Calls Failure of ACA "Sabotage"McCaskill says the reason insurers are dropping out of the exchanges is because the Trump administration is sabotaging the ACA.
Insurers Continue to Hike Prices, Abandon ACA MarketsBlue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City's decision means that only 10 of Missouri's 115 counties will have more than one insurer selling coverage on the exchange next year.
Residents Hold Town Hall Meeting Without Ann WagnerConstituents in Missouri's 2nd Congressional District held their own town hall forum Thursday night because they say Republican Ann Wagner won't meet with them.
Greitens Still Against Medicaid Eligibility ExpansionMissouri Governor Eric Greitens says he's still against expanding eligibility for Medicaid in Missouri following failed efforts in Congress to overhaul health care.
Local Republicans Share Opinions on Health Care DebacleCongressman Rodney Davis peels back the curtain on how different Republican factions are getting along after the Affordable Care Act repeal attempt.
Protesters Show Support For ObamacareHold rush hour demonstration outside Sen. Roy Blunt's Clayton office.
Countdown to Trump: Repealing the Affordable Care ActWill repealing the Affordable Care Act be a reality or nightmare?
Blunt Successfully Defends Senate SeatThe 66-year-old received over 50 percent of the vote.
STL Medical Society Pres. Sees Good & Bad with Affordable Care ActSt. Louis Medical Society's president Dr. Samer Cabbabe says there are good and bad things when it comes to the ACA.
Insurer Exits Reduce Choices in Illinois MarketplaceAcross the nation, insurers have dropped out of the ``Obamacare'' marketplaces. In Illinois, four have exited or folded, leaving five companies.
Obamacare Plans Seek Premium Hikes of Up to 45 PercentAnalysts have noted insurers are facing higher medical costs from health law customers, and some companies priced their initial coverage too low in an attempt to grab new business.