Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) had previously limited the funding to $40 million.
The proposal would let people keep cheap group health plans outlawed by ObamaCare.
The White House wanted $88 million; a source says the House bill includes $40 million.
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New poll results are latest warning for vulnerable Democrats who backed the law.
Republicans complained that the department is ignoring their requests for information.
The Miami-area patient is being retested.
He will extend coverage to 25,000 — well short of the 400,000 he hoped would benefit.
Valerie Jewett is joining the public affairs firm Washington2Advocates.
If confirmed, it would be the first Ebola case to arrive undetected on U.S. soil.
Hospitals and clinics are being named “authorized collectors” of dangerous drugs.
New ads from two groups try to mute GOP's play for women voters against Sen. Udall (D).
The House on Tuesday passed legislation to delay enforcement of supervision requirements for...
The hearing, chaired by Sen. Harkin, will be Congress's first on the outbreak.
The patient was admitted at Emory University Hospital Tuesday morning.
USAID is providing $10 million for the deployment of roughly 100 health workers.
Health workers and disaster experts had called for the DOD to get involved.
The survey comes as schools implement new USDA regulations.
The FTC is suing the drug makers AbbVie Inc and its partner, Besins Healthcare Inc.
The FTC blasted one study's claim that green coffee extract helps people slim down.
ObamaCare's exchanges re-open for enrollment in about two months.
Democrats demanded the Obama administration update its policy to allow gay men to donate blood,...
"The Affordable Care Act is not about making a point," she said in her first major address.
The news could hurt vulnerable Sen. Mark Begich (D), who voted for ObamaCare.