Thanks to a recent surge in enrollment, Obamacare enrollment rates are on track to hit goals and defy the expectations of even the most derisive Republicans.
Hitches in the marketplace are putting those in need of health insurance for medications and special care behind schedule.
Tambra Momi has been eagerly awaiting the promise of guaranteed health insurance. Since 2011, she has battled Dercum's disease, a rare and painful condition in which non-cancerous tumors sprout throughout her body, pressing against nerves. Jobless and in a wheelchair, Momi needs nine different drugs, including one costing $380 a month, to control