The Affordable Care Act is the single most important social program in decades.
Warren said it should be studied "like any other prescription drug."
The rules aim to improve dementia care and prevent elder abuse.
The 21st Century Cures Act passed the House resoundlingly on Friday.
The Gallup poll finds more adults still disapprove of the law than approve, though.
New rules will allow women to keep birth control coverage despite employer objections.
The uninsured rate has dropped to 11.4 percent, according to Gallup.
A bipartisan medical cures bill is slated to hit the House floor on Friday.
In a surprising show of support, three Republicans voted for the amendment.
Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) praised the bill.
But the administration is calling for changes to several GOP-backed proposals.
Reps. Andy Harris and Earl Blumenauer are seeking to promote research of the drug.
Officials are asking Congress to fill a $3B shortfall or see facilities close in August.
The tax on high-cost insurance plans has found bipartisan opposition.
The presidential candidate joined Rep. Elijah Cummings in the call.
Ryan's comments come even as some Republicans balk at using the obscure budget tool.
Conservatives argue the employer mandate is passing on extra costs to schools and students.
The 21st Century Cures Act passed despite last-minute concerns from both parties.
Senate leader Mitch McConnell indicated the nomination debate would focus on the health law.
Rep. Jackie Speier said the language was added "in the dead of night."
Restaurants will have an additional year to post calorie counts.
This is a great bill for everyone except the sugar-sweetened beverage industry.
Officials are wading into the debate six years after “death panels” claims prompted a GOP uproar.
House Republicans are seeking documents related to their lawsuit against the president.