Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
In other news, the House is back and preparing to vote on a "keep your plan" bill.
The vulnerable incumbent is doubling down on his defense of the health law.
The rise will coincide with economic growth and the aging of the baby boom generation.
Sen. Dan Coats (R-Ind.) said a new report proves the medical device tax isn’t working.
Rep. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) accused Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) of lying about ObamaCare.
The AP asked for details about HealthCare.gov’s security software and computer systems.
Sen. Harkin and Rep. DeLauro say rules requiring counts on restaurant menus fall short.
Rep. Diane Black (R-Tenn.) said she was concerned about the lack of data security with ObamaCare.
Decision to cut off coverage unless consumers prove citizenship is long overdue, Black says.
Fifty-eight percent agree with the administration's stance.
Regulations would reduce Medicare payment rates to hospitals with higher readmission rates.
The head of Planned Parenthood celebrated the two-year anniversary of the ObamaCare birth-control...
The exchanges re-open for enrollment in just two months.
The majority leader's September agenda seeks to clamp down on federal rulemaking.
People trying to confirm immigration status have trouble logging in and uploading documents.
Vulnerable incumbents find ways to tout law that was expected to be a liability for them.
It's one of a few times this cycle where a red-state Dem has vocally backed the law.
Rep. Ron Barber (D-Ariz.) donated the amount of his healthcare subsidy to local charities.
Halbig v. Burwell is a potent challenge to the viability of ObamaCare.
Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) said ObamaCare is working, especially for seniors.
The number is a new high for the program, which has been expanded in 26 states.
The numbers could affect competitive Senate races in both states.
“That wasn't true. And you shouldn't lie to people," said the former lawmaker.
Two federal courts of appeals issued opinions that paint a muddied future for ObamaCare.