Approximately 9.3 million people have gained health insurance since ObamaCare went live in October, a new study finds.
The Rand Corp. analysis found that the uninsured rate has dropped from 20.5 to 15.8 percent.
An official said legality was not studied because a delay would hurt individuals.
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.
The AMA says it remains concerned about the privacy implications for physicians.
Rep. Steve Chabot argued the executive branch had no authority to alter it.
The cuts would have reduced benefits seniors receive from insurance plans.
The cuts would have reduced benefits that seniors receive from healthcare plans in the program.
The FDA approved Zohydro last year, but Massachusetts bans it.
Planned cuts to Medicare Advantage will not go forward, the administration said Monday.