Hillary Rodham Clinton warned that a Republican president would repeal the Affordable Care Act, and she denounced the administration of George W. Bush for “poor management” of the economy that led to the recession.
After the dramatic events of last week, particularly the survival of the Affordable Care Act’s subsidies, it’s plain that the Obama administration is extremely conscious of the fact that its time is limited. With 16 months before President Obama’s successor is selected, there will only be so many major new initiatives to launch; instead, much […]
It seems only fitting to use Antonin Scalia’s own words for a poetry slam, since the justice’s snarky dissents are filled with so many poetic gems. The Affordable Care Act victory was followed quickly by the same-sex marriage win, and...Show More Summary
The past two weeks, Americans have seen the shooting at another black church, the upholding of the Affordable Care Act, the taking down of the Confederate flag as a symbol of racism, and the upholding of gay marriage as the law of the...Show More Summary
Flush with the recent historic Affordable Care Act (ACA) victory at the nation’s highest court and rightly proud of the overall success of the program, the Obama administration is taking its message directly to the festive, red-white-and-blue-covered hot dogs and potato salad tables this Fourth of July. Warning Americans that misinformation about the ACA is [...]Show More Summary
WINTERSET, Iowa -- Distraught by last week's Supreme Court decision that upheld Affordable Care Act subsidies, Donald Trump said former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) is responsible for influencing his brother's appointment of Chief Justice John Roberts to the Supreme Court. Show More Summary
During his visit to Nashville to talk about the Affordable Care Act with families who have benefited from the act, President Obama answered questions about the law from people on Twitter. The President answered these questions himself, and his hardware of choice? An iPad Air paired with and Apple Wireless Keyboard. Show More Summary
Now that the Supreme Court has preserved the Affordable Care Act and private insurers have won, the real battle for single-payer health care must begin.
Now that the Supreme Court has once again upheld the legal foundations of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and the proper celebrating and hand-wringing has had its day, it's time to reveal the real winner of that program. America's bill...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court showdown over the Affordable Care Act may be over, but the legal offensive against the law isn't. Lawyers representing Republican House leaders and the Obama administration took their best shots at each other's arguments this week in their battle over Obamacare.
The recent Supreme Court ruling that ensured continues implementation of the Affordable Care Act also lifts a potential barrier to investment in healthcare technologies by insurers and healthcare providers. That could mean a melding of new health technologies with smart home tech, a Parks Associates report posits.
Many families are unable to afford care for their loved ones.
President Obama, fresh from a victory before the U.S. Supreme Court last week that preserved the Affordable Care Act, called for an end to the political fighting over the health law and for more effort to improve it.
To all those who detected a shift toward progressive thinking in the Supreme Court's rulings last week protecting the Affordable Care Act and legalizing gay marriage: You should stop celebrating now.
The Supreme Court’s June 25 decision in King v. Burwell preserves federal health care subsidies under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for Americans who reside in states that have opted not to create their own health insurance exchanges. In so doing, it removes an immediate uncertainty for those who would [...]
Now that their hopes that the Supreme Court will undo the Affordable Care Act have been so cruelly dashed, Republicans are looking ahead to the future, to see how they might one day smash that vile law to pieces through the legislative process. But there’s a problem: Even if a Republican wins the White House […]
By our count at the Galen Institute, more than 54 significant changes have been made to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act since it was enacted in 2010 – at least 34 that the Obama administration has made unilaterally, 17 that Congress has passed and the president has signed, [...]
From Alaska to Tennessee, there are renewed calls for Medicaid expansion from activists in Republican-controlled states after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision upholding a key provision of the Affordable Care Act. Image: Shutterstock The post Supreme Court Ruling Creates Renewed Hopes for Medicaid Expansion in Red States appeared first on RH Reality Check.
When Chief Justice Roberts handed down the decision preserving a key provision of the Affordable Care Act this year in King v. Burwell, the comparisons to his decision three years earlier in the other Affordable Care Act case were inevitable. Show More Summary