The Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010. On March 24, and ever since, Republicans have fought tooth and nail to chip away at and dismantle President Barack Obama's signature domestic achievement. The newest threat to the law, though, is unique. Show More Summary
New study shows that uninsured who resist signing up for ObamaCare could be making a rational decision.
Primary care physicians got a three percent increase in reimbursement last year thanks largely to expansion of health benefits under the Affordable Care Act, a new analysis indicates. Primary care doctors, including internists, family physicians and pediatricians, saw their “reimbursement collections” rise 3.3 percent from 2013 to 2014 in states that [...]
Last year the Supreme Court decided several momentous cases involving some of America's most contentious topics, including same-sex marriage and Obamacare. The new term, which begins Monday, is also full of controversial cases that could help shape the emerging identity of the Roberts court and...
Desperate for hormonal treatments, transgender patients were turning to friends and illicit dealers for unregulated cocktails of drugs. Many were left with health complications and infections that landed them in the waiting room of a busy South Los Angeles clinic. "For the most part, they were...
THIS IS SOMETHING LESS THAN A SURPRISE: Clinton Runs on Obamacare Benefits, Not Costs.
If absolutely nothing else, Ted Cruz is a dynamic and deeply unsettling public speaker. Imagine if Ned Flanders suddenly transformed into an apocalyptic televangelist with a burning hatred of Obamacare and a jones for all things Ronald Reagan. Show More Summary
Are the Obamacare wars over? The leading GOP presidential candidates have been spending all of their time sniping at each other over immigration, and talk of doing away with Obamacare has been largely relegated to policy briefs that hardly anyone reads. Show More Summary
The group includes Obamacare opponents and anti-vaxxers. The post Meet Ben Carson’s ‘Medical Coalition’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Here’s what’s trending on Wonk Wire today: Are Democrats Angrier than Republicans? How Wealthy Donors Get What They Want Skin Color, Not Economics, Determines School Funding Mass Shootings Since Sandy Hook Experts Defend Obamacare ‘Cadillac’ Tax Do Republicans Hate Muslims?
Do you want another Democrat as president of the USA? Well if you do you’ll be voting to give illegals and other lawbreakers free healthcare for life. Democrat/socialist Bernie Sanders,
Today is Oct. 1 - the two-year anniversary of when the Obamacare healthcare exchanges opened for business. So it's a good time to assess the healthcare law. The post Is Obamacare Working? This Report Card Says It’s Failing appeared first on The Wall Street Examiner. Show More Summary
Now that the Democratic Party has distanced itself from its legacy of racism and has won in regards to same-sex marriage and Obamacare, it is a good time to ask a particular question: Just what does the Democratic Party want the federal government to do that the U.S. Show More Summary
Drew Altman: Whichever way debate over the "Cadillac tax" ends, it should not be framed as a collision between good policy and a sellout to easy politics.
Like many blue states, California enthusiastically embraced Obamacare, signing up millions for health insurance. Now, it's venturing into a potentially costly and controversial new frontier of health policy: offering medical coverage to hundreds of thousands of people living in the country illegally....
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders supports allowing some of the nation's undocumented immigrants to obtain health-care coverage under the Affordable Care Act, he told Democratic lawmakers on Thursday. The Vermont senator,...Show More Summary
Donald Trump got more media attention over the weekend, with a feature on CBS's 60 Minutes, interviewed by Scott Pelley. In a vain attempt to get some policy specifics out of Trump (and seriously, they're still trying to get policy specifics...Show More Summary