The move comes in the wake of the viral video on Planned Parenthood's use of fetal tissue.
Senate Republicans say they have a busy docket, and little time before the Aug. recess.
The bill passed committee in a 51-0 vote but is facing last-minute objections.
Republicans say the mergers are boosting profits for insurers at a cost to consumers.
Republicans are back to square one in their fight against ObamaCare.
Senate appropriators advanced a bill that chips away at ObamaCare.
The House voted Thursday to repeal the law's medical device tax.
The bill falls short, though, of the administration's health request by $4 billion.
Premiums might not be headed toward a double-digit hike next year, according to new data.
"We're coming very close together on that," said Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.).
Six patients may have been exposed to a contaminated drug.
The administration is on track to meet its target of 9.1 million healthcare customers this year.
A video showed the group's chief medical director detailing the uses of organs from aborted fetuses.
Health giants are fighting against the ObamaCare tax on high-cost insurance plans.
Rules beind considered would pay Medicare docs to discuss end-of-life options with patients.
The law's victory at the Supreme Court has candidates scrambling to map out their response.
The bill would slash billions in discretionary funds for ObamaCare.
The justices sadded two more decisions days: Thursday and Friday.
Republicans met behind closed doors on their plans with a ruling possible Thursday.
Delaware and Pennsylvania were the only states to submit contingency plans.
Burwell provided her first hints at the administration's planning.
Obama struck a defiant tone ahead of the Supreme Court's King v. Burwell ruling.
The Obama administration is now reviewing the state's plan.
The next year will be an important test for how the health law is working.