Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
The Health secretary said immigration reform is one factor to help sign more people up for coverage...
The study finds that it would not cripple the law as a whole, though.
The ObamaCare payments in question are the subject of House Republicans' lawsuit.
In fact, more than 16 million people gained coverage because of the law.
"On Obamacare, some Republicans gave up. Some talked tough but got nowhere," the ad begins.
Sen. Ben Sasse said he had received information on the ObamaCare co-ops.
The presidential candidate has touted the provision limiting payments to insurers.
One of the health law's staunchest opponents is also a beneficiary.
Negotiations over year-end deal reflect the president’s last shot at cementing prized benefits.
McConnell won over conservative critics by proposing to go further than the House-passed repeal...
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said lawmakers will finish their work this week.
Medicaid expansion could be coming to the deep-red South.
The administration faces a Sunday deadline for enrolling people in ObamaCare.
She also slammed Bernie Sanders's single-payer healthcare plan as impractical.
Obama is trying to get more states to accept the expansion under ObamaCare in his final year.
Signups in recent weeks have beaten last year’s totals.
At this time last year, 3.4 million had signed up for the health coverage.
The measure largely steered clear of other controversial healthcare areas.
The surge comes ahead of a massive hike in fees for those who remain uninsured in 2016.
Reid has assured labor leaders that freezing the Cadillac tax is a top personal priority.
CVS and Walgreens are among the national pharmacies holding sign-up events.
But Mitch McConnell is playing his cards close to the vest, keeping many details secret.
The presidential candidate said millions could lose their insurance over the GOP bill.
Sasse is maintaining a block on health-related nominees until he gets the answers he wants.