Rep. Stephen Lynch, who opposed the law, said it might cost Democrats the Senate in November.
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) called President Obama’s announcement that 8 million people have enrolled in ObamaCare a “victory lap” that was an “insult” to those who lost the coverage they had before the law was enacted.
Lawmakers accuse e-cig makers of using candy flavors to attract children.
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) introduced a bill that would expand the free school lunch program.
“No child should have to go through the school day hungry because their family can't afford school breakfast or lunch,” Franken said. “We know hungry students don't do as well in school.”
Reid said he hopes the GOP will "work with us" to replace Sebelius quickly.
The House this week is expected to pass a new bipartisan bill that would create an exemption under ObamaCare for people working outside their home country.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will testify before the Senate Finance Committee on Thursday.
Sebelius will be speaking about President Obama’s 2015 budget proposal, but Republicans senators are likely to grill her about ObamaCare.
Democrats took to the House floor to call on Obama to avoid cuts to Medicare Advantage.
"Calling the Affordable Care Act the Affordable Care Act is not true," Rep. Steve King said.
A House Republican lawmaker said Wednesday that ObamaCare is forcing the federal government to send mixed messages about something as simple as how to define "full-time employee."