Myeshea McKinney is one of roughly 89,000 uninsured people in Wyoming. The Affordable Care Act – the controversial health reform law passed three years ago – is designed to help them. Here are stories and interactive items related to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and specifically how it will impact those in Wyoming.

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Myeshea McKinney owed nearly $1 million by the time her twins were healthy enough to leave the hospital.

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THERMOPOLIS — A group of about 20 business owners sat inside a deserted cafeteria at Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital, quietly listening t…

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Sarah Campbell put off the doctor’s visit as long as she could.

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Staring in January, the Affordable Care Act will require most Americans to possess health insurance. Those who don’t will pay a penalty that s…

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Wyoming’s health insurance marketplace has the unfortunate distinction of opening with some of the highest average prices in the nation. Premi…

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