President Trump blames, in part, a small group within his own party for scuttling one of his primary campaign promises: repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. So who are they? They call themselves the Freedom Caucus.
Gallup: President Donald Trump's job approval rating fell to 36% for the three-day period of March 24-26, following Republican House leaders' failed effort to pass a new healthcare bill that would have replaced the Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary
The Republican Party’s failure to pass a health care bill has left most Democrats overjoyed, confident now that former President Barack Obama’s landmark Affordable Care Act will remain law for … Click to Continue »
Tom Price, the former extremist House Republican and quite possibly the most corrupt of all popular vote loser Donald Trump's nominees, hates the Affordable Care Act. He's been railing against Obamacare since before it became law and vowed to play a part in its destruction. Show More Summary
The rally took place just four days after Republicans failed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Nationwide grassroots protests have paid off as GOP congressmen backed away from dismantling the Affordable Care Act. Now, what will they focus their energy...
If President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress want to undermine the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, they’re going to be wreaking havoc in the places their voters call home. In counties with just one or two insurers...Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow shares an exclusive first look at a new DSCC ad supporting the Affordable Care Act as resistance to appeal grows.
President Donald Trump’s job approval rating has declined over a 10-day period in which Congress debated a Republican proposal to repeal President Obama’s Affordable Care Act and then abruptly pulled the bill from the House floor. SurveyMonkey’s...Show More Summary
The conventional wisdom is that the failure of the Republican effort to repeal-and-replace the Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as ObamaCare) is good for drug companies. But not if it pushes Republicans to want to get something, anything done.
Medicaid now covers more Americans than Medicare, and it played a major role in stopping the Republican drive to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Most high-income investors last were likely a little bummed last week when the Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act failed. It didn't have anything to do with their personal opinions on Obamacare or health care in general. Show More Summary
Once Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) took office last year, one of the very first things he did was embrace Medicaid expansion through the Affordable Care Act. It's worked out beautifully for the state and its residents. In the national...Show More Summary
“House Republican leaders and the White House, under extreme pressure from conservative activists, have restarted negotiations on legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act, with House leaders declaring that Democrats were celebrating the law’s survival prematurely,” the New York Times [...]
After Republicans abandoned their bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act on Friday, party leaders all but conceded that Obamacare is here to stay—at least for a while. "We're going to be living with Obamacare for the foreseeable...Show More Summary
Many Republican politicians are already moving on from Paul Ryan and Donald Trump's failure to repeal Obamacare—and in one state, they're accepting that reality by embracing a key measure in the Affordable Care Act. On Monday evening,...Show More Summary
TRY, TRY AGAIN? Affordable Care Act Repeal Is Back on the Agenda, Republicans Say. Republican members of Congress said they hoped that revisiting the issue would lead this time to a solution and a vote in the House. “I think everyone wants to get to yes and support President Trump,” said Representative Dave Brat, Republican […]
Which of the below images looks more like Obamacare? During his March 13 “listening session” on health care, Donald Trump told the citizens he’d convened to listen to him that the Affordable Care Act was “imploding.” Whether or not Republicans...Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! The options are there, whether the president chooses to acknowledge them or not. Thanks to the GOP's ineptitude, the Affordable Care Act remains "the law of the land, for the foreseeable future," following the spectacular defeat of the American Health Care Act on Friday. Show More Summary
Last week, buried under the fracas surrounding the failed update to the Affordable Care Act, the Trump administration conducted an adorable little stage play few actually noticed. The Administration invited Charter CEO Tom Rutledge to...Show More Summary