- Business Insider1 day ago
In the report, the CEA noted that the increase in opioid-related deaths exploded around the same time as the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. Republicans have ...
- MSN News2 days ago
The Trump administration on Tuesday made a controversial move to expand access to health insurance that does not meet ObamaCare requirements.
Republican plaintiff says Obama is a bad man for allowing Republicans to call it “Obamacare” – Boing BoingBoing Boing6 days ago
King is pig-biting mad that Obama refers to the Affordable Care Act as "Obamacare," even though it was a term designed by his fellow Republicans to humiliate the President. King is one ...
- Market Watch6 days ago
So, is it cheaper to not have continuous health care under Obamacare or under the plan House Republicans have proposed? The answer — like many things — is maybe.
- Market Watch20 hours ago
Obamacare fines sought: Politico reports hundreds of companies face prospective fines for breaking Obamacare’s employer mandate, by the same Trump administration that has tried ...
Overnight Health Care: Trump eases rules on insurance outside ObamaCare | HHS office on religious rights gets 300 complaints in a month | GOP chair eyes opioid bill vote by Memorial DayThe Hill1 day ago
The Trump administration on Tuesday made a controversial move to expand access to health insurance plans that do not meet the requirements under ObamaCare.
- The Washington Times3 days ago
President Trump’s new budget envisions eviscerating Obamacare — but it also includes money to fund contentious payments to insurance companies next year, in a move that conservatives ...
- Talking Points Memo22 hours ago
The department’s move is just the latest in a lengthy series of administrative actions that have destabilized and chipped away at the Affordable Care Act, including repealing of the individual ...
- The Hill6 days ago
Business groups are pressing Congress to repeal ObamaCare's employer mandate to offer health insurance to their workers, but getting Republicans to act on the issue will likely be an ...
- MSNBC6 days ago
This week, President Trump said Obamacare was basically repealed. Yet, nearly 8.8 million people signed up for insurance on the federal health care exchange during Obamacare's latest open enrollment period.