ObamaCare enrollments fell from 1.1 million in January to 942,000 in February, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced on Tuesday.
Democrats supported it, and it passed by voice vote.
House Republicans have announced they will not consider legislation to block an Obama administration rule that the GOP says would limit seniors' prescription drug choices under Medicare Part D.
HHS says 942,000 people enrolled in February.
Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) called on the Supreme Court Tuesday to make sure healthcare benefits, such as birth control, under ObamaCare aren’t taken away from women.
“What is at stake before the Supreme Court is whether a CEO’s beliefs can trump a woman’s right to healthcare,” Murray said on the Senate floor. “Women working for private companies should have access to quality medical care no matter who signs their paychecks.”
“Republicans continue to turn bipartisan agreement into partisan confrontation,” Hoyer said.
An aide said officials were unconcerned it might have undermined the dignity of the office.
President Obama’s Internet comedy sketch with Zach Galifianakis is presently the top driver of Web traffic to the HealthCare.gov website, White House communications adviser Tara McGuinness said Tuesday over Twitter.
Oncologists are calling on Congress to pursue SGR repeal before a spike in demand for cancer care hits the U.S. health system.
A majority still opposes the law, but it is shrinking.