A majority still opposes the law, but it is shrinking.
The Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would take $126 million used to fund presidential nominating conventions and instead designate it for pediatric medical research.
The proposals had been universally panned by lawmakers and K Street.
The Obama administration is abandoning a surprise plan to alter Medicare’s drug coverage after withering criticism from Congress and K Street.
The lawsuit accuses the agency of violating federal law by failing to respond to a 2011 petition.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said the FDA "failed" in its duty to protect the public.
The move pits the labor movement against insurers, doctor groups and Republican lawmakers.
Louisiana's lieutenant governor has issued a cease-and-desist letter to MoveOn.
The GOP hopes healthcare frustration will turn into votes.
With deadline approaching, the administration is reaching out to mothers of adult children.