Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Leslie Dach will focus on ObamaCare's second enrollment period.
Fourth Circuit Judge Roger Gregory said the courts should defer to the IRS.
HHS exempted insurers in U.S. territories from a slew of requirements.
Bill responding to Hobby Lobby decision falls four votes short of moving forward.
Sen. Ted Cruz called on President Obama to “drop his faith fines” by ending the ObamaCare birth...
The Senate starts at 9:30 a.m. and around 2 p.m. it will hold the first procedural vote on a bill...
House Rules will hold a hearing on the GOP lawsuit over delays to the employer mandate.
Senate Dems are itching for a fight over abortion rights, and they might just get one.
This week promises a slew of healthcare news between the courts and Capitol Hill.
More than half of all Medicaid and CHIP enrollees are children, CMS said.
A new study suggests that conservative spending against the law may have backfired.
The grants are meant to increase access to healthcare to underserved communities.
The contradictory rulings could fast-track the case to the Supreme Court.
The White House needs to decide whether the employer mandate will take effect in 2015.
HHS said those insurers were exempt because they weren't in a "state."
Three Republicans voted with Dems, but the bill fell short of 60 votes, 56-43.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said ObamaCare limited women’s healthcare choices...
The ACA requires marketplace plans to have adequate networks, but "adequate" is an inexact term.
The legislation would ensure employers can't block workers from obtaining contraception.
The majority leader set up the first procedural vote on a bill to reverse the ruling.
An appeals court could blow a hole in ObamaCare's subsidy scheme.
It's more good news for the White House on ObamaCare.
The bill would bar for-profit corporations from seeking exemptions to the mandate.
Some consumers who paid their premiums are still waiting to be covered.