|More Join Kentucky Health Exchange
More than 56,000 Kentuckians have enrolled for health insurance, with 41% under the age of 35.
|Health Exchange Enrollment Tops 32,000
As of November first, more than 32,000 Kentuckians have enrolled in the Kentucky health exchange.
|Kynect Cost Concerns
Some people are concerned how they will be able to afford Kynect. Video
|Uninsured Can Now Find Affordable Health Coverage Online
Enrollment for affordable health insurance began Tuesday morning through Kentucky's Kynect website. Video
|Open Enrollment For Uninsured Kentuckians Begins Tuesday
Kentuckians who don't have health insurance coverage can begin signing-up through an online marketplace on Tuesday, October 1st.
|Congressmen Conduct Affordable Care Act Hearing In Lexington
A House Subcommittee listened to local business owners express uncertainty and fear about the law. Video
|Kentucky Introduces New Health Insurance Exchange
Kentuckians will be able to buy health insurance through the exchange beginning October 1st. Video
|Beshear Announces Medicaid Expansion; Hospital Worries
Medicaid will be available to Kentuckians within 138% of the federal poverty level. Harrison Memorial Hospital says it's not getting paid for treating Medicaid patients now, and worries what will happen when there are more patients. Video
|Senator Rand Paul: "Obamacare Is Unconstitutional"
U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky said during a speech Wednesday night at the GOP convention, that despite what the Supreme Court ruled, "Obamacare is unconstitutional." Video
|Tax Return Could Help With Health Insurance
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) goes into effect in 2014, and filing your 2012 taxes could play a factor in how it affects you. Video