Instead of benefitting workers, a provision in the Affordable Care Act is harming them.
The agency essentially assumes an average American cannot distinguish between soda and juice.
It raises more questions than it answers.
The US has failed to update its cigarette-label warnings since 1984.
Modifying the definition might make ObamaCare more difficult to replace or repeal.
Washington can't get out of its own way on healthcare. Give states a chance.
How can we address both in this global age of limited resources?
The plan would result in tens of millions of Americans losing health coverage.
Paul and Christie were merely following the GOP playbook and teaching the controversy.
A short answer for Chris Christie and Rand Paul: It can't.