Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Why does ObamaCare remain so unpopular?
OPINION | The Tea Party caucus has a lot more skin in this game.
Hillary Clinton late Tuesday criticized the House GOP’s budget blueprint.
Instead of benefitting workers, a provision in the Affordable Care Act is harming them.
“Good maternity care is essential for the well-being of children," 36 Democrats wrote.
It raises more questions than it answers.
Washington can't get out of its own way on healthcare. Give states a chance.
The massive data breach could affect as many as 80 million customers.
Burwell declined to offer the administration's backup plan ahead of a high court ruling.
It's the fourth time the House voted to completely repeal the law.
He also highlighted the slowing of health insurance inflation.
State decisions on Medicaid expansion are producing separate and unequal healthcare systems.
Perhaps Cruz will take the customer satisfaction survey after he signs up.
The administration says these numbers show the law is working.
A new GOP discussion draft on CHIP reduces funding and raises costs to states.
The Supreme Court appeared deeply divided on whether to curtail subsidies under ObamaCare.
The Senate’s chief referee has dealt a significant setback to conservatives.
Modifying the definition might make ObamaCare more difficult to replace or repeal.
The plan would result in tens of millions of Americans losing health coverage.
His budget assumes that social spending is too low.
Health secretary won't say whether administration has backup plan on Supreme Court case.
As Americans begin to file, the ObamaCare penalty tax will now be felt acutely.
Why do we passively accept the waste caused by healthcare providers?
A vote to repeal the ObamaCare is a civic obligation and a practical necessity.