IRS calculates some people could be fined up to $204 per month for breaking the mandate.
Blumenthal will lead a hearing Tuesday on his bill to eliminate most abortion restrictions.
Spending on healthcare actually decreased in the first three months of the year.
Lawmakers worry the hepatitis drug could be a burden on Medicare Part D.
HHS says 3.2M are paying less than $100 a month thanks to O-Care subsidies.
CMS launched a public campaign website Monday to promote benefits under the new healthcare law.
Gallup says the rate "appears to be leveling off."
The grants will be used to help treat newly insured patients under O-Care.
McConnell has faced criticism for comments that repealing Obamacare won't affect Kynect.
Forty-three percent view the healthcare law unfavorably; 28 percent have a positive view.
Legislation would require federal studies to assess the cost to employers.
A rule requires insurers to use 80-85 percent of premiums on care.
HHS exempted insurers in U.S. territories from a slew of requirements.
Ezekiel Emanuel predicts massive changes for how insurance companies work.
The rates deal a blow to critics who predicted substantially higher premiums.
But smaller insurers plan to cut rates to attract customers to the ObamaCare exchanges.
Waxman said an HHS report "proves conclusively" that consumers are paying less under O-Care.
PhRMA accuses insurers of discrminating against patients.
Tim Jost proposed requiring employers to spend a certain amount on health benefits.
Kaiser estimates 15 million people have individual plans through the private market.
Aflac found 56 percent of employers increased employees’ copayments and premiums last year.
If premium rates go up, as expected, it could boost Republicans.
Xerox has been fired from running the state exchange, which will now go federal.
Senate Republicans mounted little resistance Thursday to Sylvia Mathews Burwell.