(John Hinderaker) Minnesota’s version of the Affordable Care Act is called MNSure. Like all such implementations of the federal law, it has been a disaster. Last week, Minnesota’s left-wing governor, Mark Dayton, created a firestormShow More Summary
Republicans roundly criticized a Thursday speech from President Barack Obama in which he defended the Affordable Care Act, his administration's signature healthcare law that is better known as Obamacare. During the speech Obama saidShow More Summary
President Obama made a smokin' hot analogy while delivering a speech about the Affordable Care Act. On Thursday, the commander-in-chief stopped by Miami Dade College in Florida to discuss Obamacare's strengths and weaknesses. And being...Show More Summary
Obama says his Affordable Care Act "has given millions of women expanded access" to screening.
President Barack Obama on Thursday delivered a vigorous defense of the Affordable Care Act, using the stories of individual Americans to illustrate how his signature policy has improved healthcare for … Click to Continue »
President Barack Obama defended his healthcare program at at Miami Dade College's Wolfson Campus on Thursday. "It's worked," he said, pointing out it still has room to improve each year, much like when companies work bugs out of new smartphone designs. Show More Summary
President Obama says the Affordable Care Act has “growing pains” as he calls for expansion of federal subsidies to help more Americans afford insurance.
Obama proposes government-run "public plan fallback."
President Barack Obama defended his signature healthcare law in Florida on Thursday, attacking Republicans for opposing it while touting its benefits. Obama hit on the various benefits of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), more commonlyShow More Summary
“You’ve heard a lot” about Obamacare, President Obama said in his last pitch for the Affordable Care Act on Thursday in Miami, Florida. He was...
In a few moments, Obama, speaking in the key battleground state of Florida, will offer his prescription how to fixing Obamacare, also known incorrectly as the Affordable Care Act, his signature healthcare law, especially as a premium surge is expected to sweep America over the next two weeks ahead of the election. Show More Summary
Recently, a federal audit found that the Obama administration has illegally redirected funds related to collections from the Affordable Care Act that, by law, should have been deposited in the U.S. Treasury. President Obama, under the guise of executive order, used these tax dollars to bail out insurance companies that have experienced hundreds of millions […]
Today, President Obama heads to Miami, Florida to talk about the progress we've made for Americans across the country since the Affordable Care Act became the law of the land over six years ago. To help celebrate this landmark legislation,...Show More Summary
Editor’s note: The following is a roundup of archival stories related to the Affordable Care Act, more commonly called Obamacare. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump disagree on many, if not most, issues, and how to provide health insurance coverage for Americans is one of the most divisive. Clinton’s...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Thursday will head to the election battleground state Florida to give his prescription for fixing the Affordable Care Act, his signature healthcare law, but any remedies will be left up to his successor and the next Congress.
Donald Trump has repeatedly said that, if elected, he would repeal the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare). Here's what experts say would happen.
The Department of Health and Human Services expects that 13.8 million Americans will sign up for health insurance during the Affordable Care Act (ACA) 2017 open enrollment period between November 1 and the end of January 2017. This would...Show More Summary
Under pressure to stabilize wobbly insurance markets nationwide, the Obama administration is making a new push to sign up Americans for health coverage through the Affordable Care Act, aiming to increase enrollment by about 1 million in 2017. With insurers canceling health plans or raising premiums...
WASHINGTON ? Just over 1 million more people will enroll into health insurance plans through the Affordable Care Act’s exchange marketplaces next year, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced Wednesday. Sign-ups on the Obamacare exchanges begin Nov. Show More Summary
(Yale University) In the year following a heart attack, financial barriers to healthcare are linked to worse health outcomes in young women and young men, according to a new study by Yale School of Medicine researchers published in the current issue of the Journal of the American Heart Association.