Health-insurance companies must tell customers who get a premium rebate this summer that the check is the result of the Obama administration's health-care law, according to federal guidelines released Friday.
The move is the latest sign the Obama administration is trying to draw attention to the law's benefits before the fall elections, even though the law faces an uncertain future.
The Supreme Court is expected to decide in June whether its central plank—a mandate that everyone carry insurance—violates the Constitution.
Kaiser estimates checks would range from an average of $72 for those with insurance through a large employer to an average of $127 for those who bought individual policies.
This is one of the great "home field advantages" of being the President. You can manipulate timing to coincide with an election year.
May all be for not naught if the Supreme Court rules the mandate is unconsitutional
This may be the only money you ever will get back from this law. May want to save it, as I like many other do not think this law will not bend the cost curve downward.