A strong majority disapprove of President Obama’s handling of healthcare, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released on Tuesday.
Fourteen House Democrats are pushing the Obama administration to swiftly finalize new regulations to prevent the emergence of drug-resistant “superbugs.”
The legislators told the White House in a letter on Tuesday that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) should quickly finalize regulations limiting the amount of antibiotics that can be given to farm animals in order to prevent the germs from growing immune to pharmaceuticals.
A strong majority disapproves of President Obama’s handling of the healthcare rollout, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released on Tuesday.
The lawmakers write in a letter that ObamaCare is not the "only way to reform health care."
Feds approved a work-around proposed by Iowa’s Republican governor.
Reid has exempted some staff from enrolling in ObamaCare.
The vice president announced $100 million in funds to improve mental health services.
A temporary fix would set the stage for permanent reform next year.
They warn vulnerable Americans could face "significant delay" when accessing treatment.
Kitzhaber (D) will seek to become the state's first four-term governor.