Repealing the Affordable Care Act—better known as Obamacare—is high on Donald Trump’s list of things to do as president. Here are a few ways to ensure you’re able to obtain birth control, even after the first orange president takes his...Show More Summary
BCBSNC in North Carolina made money on Obamacare this year. It didn't sound that way.
One of the consequences of repealing Oamacare would be a windfall for the rich. “More than 20 million Americans could lose health insurance from the repeal of Obamacare. But not everybody would suffer. And among those who stand to gain are the richest people in America,” the Huffington Post reports. “That’s because Obamacare didn’t just [...]
The health industry is launching a lobbying blitz to keep 20 million Americans who gained health coverage under the Affordable Care Act from losing their benefits under Donald Trump's and Paul Ryan's "repeal and replacement" ideas.
“More than 20 million Americans could lose health insurance from the repeal of Obamacare. But not everybody would suffer. And among those who stand to gain are the richest people in America,” the Huffington Post reports. “That’s because Obamacare didn’t [...]
More than 20 million Americans could lose health insurance from the repeal of Obamacare. But not everybody would suffer. And among those who stand to gain are the richest people in America. That’s because Obamacare didn’t just change insurance arrangements. Show More Summary
Donald Trump's victory means his campaign promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act may soon become reality, a fact that has many people worried about the future of their health insurance coverage. Open enrollment for Obamacare health plans is underway now and will run through Jan. Show More Summary
This Times article notes that DC Republicans - particularly House Republicans - are coalescing around a "repeal and delay" strategy to repeal Obamacare. It is important to state clearly what this means. It is a recognition that Republicans still have no plan to replace Obamacare with anything. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Republican support for a complete repeal of the health care law has plummeted double digits since Trump won It’s been the central tenet of the Republican-controlled Congress for years now, and one of the...Show More Summary
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says they’ll delay changes until they come up with an alternative. The Kentucky Republican insisted that some 20 million Americans who have health care through the six-year-old law will not lose coverage, though the likely upheaval in the insurance industry suggests many could. Asked about the Senate’s timetable to scrap [...]
After all, when White Jesus says it’s your time, who are you are argue? Via World Net Daily: Republicans say they are going to “replace” Obamacare, but they will come up with something very similar and at least as bad if they start with...Show More Summary
This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. Are the Affordable Care Act's days numbered? According to the campaign talk of President-elect Donald Trump, it's just a matter of time before Obamacare, as the ACA is more commonly known, is repealed and replaced. Show More Summary
You can’t just rip the bandaid off (NY Times) Republicans in Congress plan to move almost immediately next month to repeal the Affordable Care Act, as President-elect Donald J. Trump
Republicans want to eliminate "Obamacare," but they have no plan of their own. And so "repeal and replace" has become "repeal and delay" -- which is dangerous.
Friday morning, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel stopped by “Morning Joe” on MSNBC to discuss the future of Obamacare. Brother to former Obama White House...
Yesterday I teased you about a "secret weapon" that can save Obamacare. Here it is: Pre-existing conditions Obamacare requires insurance companies to insure anyone who wants coverage, no matter what kind of pre-existing conditions they have. Show More Summary
This is very important. GOP Senators in Medicaid expansion states are feeling the heat on the drive to repeal Obamacare.
The Kaiser Family Foundation released a new poll showing that Americans haven’t exactly gotten more enthused with the idea of getting rid of Obamacare since Trump’s election. From NPR: One-fourth, or 26 percent, of Americans favor a full repeal of the health care law, while 17 percent say scale it back, according to the Kaiser poll. Show More Summary
Republicans don't seem to know what they'll do with Obamacare.