Listen to Episode 47 of Slate’s Amicus: Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab Slate Plus members: Get your ad-free podcast feed. Same-sex marriage. Voting Rights. Obamacare. These are among the many enormously consequential causes that have fallen to Donald Verrilli to defend at the Supreme Court over the past five years. Show More Summary
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Obamacare continues to perform as advertised The post WINNING. Another Major Insurer Drops Out Of Obamacare appeared first on RedState.
Mike Magee Despite the fact that last week Paul Ryan, on behalf of the Republican party, unveiled their alternative to Obamacare, the likelihood that the President’s signature legislation, and the cascade of transformative changes it has unleashed, will be overturned is slim to none. Show More Summary
When the nation's largest insurer announced its departure from a few Obamacare state exchanges last year, the law's defenders pooh-poohed the...
THAT MEANS IT’S WORKING: Blue Cross Blue Shield pulling out of Minnesota individual insurance market due to huge losses on ObamaCare.
Not many people know it can be cheaper to pay cash even if you have health insurance. When it comes to the world of health care and health insurance, the rabbit hole is deep and winding. The Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, has certainly...Show More Summary
The House GOP has been busy in the past six months. Not only did they reveal their long-awaited Obamacare alternative on Thursday, but on Friday...
This is some genuine bad news for Obamacare: Minnesota's largest health insurer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota has decided to stop selling health plans to individuals and families in Minnesota starting next year. The insurer explained extraordinary financial losses drove the decision. Show More Summary
A new report indicates that the Affordable Care Act may have reduced American health-care spending. But there’s a catch.
Campaign Action Hey Paul Ryan and team, top this with your long-awaited, not-really-a-plan Obamacare replacement plan. Oh, that's right. You can't, can you? WASHINGTON — Twenty million or so more people have health insurance now than...Show More Summary
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) had promised that the Republicans in the House would offer a proposal that would replace Obamacare. This week, he revealed the plan, which relies on individual tax credits as well as expanding health savings accounts (HSAs).
It shook out 4-3 to uphold it. Kagan had recused herself for once, having briefed the case for the government earlier. (Note: She similarly worked on Obamacare, but refused to recuse herself there.) Kennedy sided with the liberals -- let's...
After six-plus years, congressional Republicans have finally offered an ObamaCare-replacement plan. They should have taken longer. Perhaps we should not be surprised that House Republican leaders who have thrown their support behind a...Show More Summary
Republicans have tried to sabotage the Affordable Care Act since it passed. Now they are using one of the messes they have made as evidence that they should replace the law. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) released an Obamacare replacement plan on Wednesday that, among other things, complains that the ACA leaves people out. In […]
Republicans sabotage government programs, then complain they don't work: A shameless deception in Paul Ryan’s Obamacare replacement plan, by By Stephen Stromberg:... Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) released an Obamacare replacement plan on Wednesday that, among other things, complains that the...
There's nothing on costs and nothing on what it would mean for current Obamacare beneficiaries.
The Republicans finally have a plan to replace Obamacare! It's really more of a wish list for brainstorming what a plan might look like, after some planning.
The Republican Party has long criticized the Affordable Care Act since its passage in 2010, and Democrats have long countered that the GOP had no...