Michael Robertson said healthcare reform was one of the reasons he went to work for Obama.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) chided Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) for announcing that he will exempt some of his staff from enrolling in ObamaCare.
“Sen. Reid's decision to exempt his staff from ObamaCare exchanges is the clearest example yet of ObamaCare's failures and Washington hypocrisy,” Cruz said. “His staff worked to pass it and continue to promote it, now they don't want to be part of it because it's a disaster.”
A study identifies 27 rules that spent little or no time under White House review.
The chamber must address a looming pay cut to Medicare physicians by Dec. 31.
The Senate Majority PAC is up with another big ad buy on behalf of Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.), a top GOP target in 2014.
The ad focuses on stressing Hagan's support of aspects of ObamaCare — without once mentioning the law by name — and criticizing her most likely opponent, North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis (R), on healthcare issues.
A bill that would replace ObamaCare is now backed by the majority of the House GOP.
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Rob Ford said the healthcare law is "costing a fortune," and Canada can't afford its program.
Gov. Steve Beshear said the law is helping Kentucky despite the GOP leader's opposition.
Rep. Mike Rogers says the site is still putting consumers' personal information at risk.
The House majority leader criticized the administration for a lack of transparency.