After searching for months to find an attorney who would take their case, House Republicans made good on their threat to sue the Obama administration Friday, filing a lawsuit challenging the president's authority to enact key parts of the Affordable Care Act.
The Obama administration has done an excellent job policy-wise with the Affordable Care Act, but politically has made a few major mistakes along the way. The most recent was discovered today when Bloomberg reported that the administration had made mistakes in reporting the number of people who obtained health coverage through the exchanges in its [...]Show More Summary
If a Friday afternoon when the GOP is suing the administration over the Affordable Care Act, while still scrambling internally to formulate an official response to last night's announced amnesty for five million illegal immigrants, isn't...Show More Summary
And here we go:House Republicans filed a long-threatened lawsuit Friday against the Obama administration over unilateral actions on the health care law that they say are abuses of the president's executive authority.The lawsuit — filed...Show More Summary
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The lawsuit claims the administration abused its authority in delaying the implementation of a key portion of the Affordable Care Act. Image: Shutterstock The post House GOP Sues Obama, Could Make Health Care Pricier For Low-Income Americans appeared first on RH Reality Check.
Speaker John Boehner responded to the president's announcement by filing his long-promised legal challenge over the Affordable Care Act.
Photo by XXX House Republicans have sued the Obama administration over some of the president’s actions on the health care law that they say are abuses of executive authority. The lawsuit focuses on two aspects of the way the administration has executed the Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, wants a top Obama administration health official and one of the brains behind the Affordable Care Act to testify about alleged ‘deceptions’ with the law. Issa on Thursday sent letters to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Administrator Marilyn Tavenner and MIT […]
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Republicans in Congress, led by Speaker John Boehner, have been promising to sue President Obama over implementation of the Affordable Care Act for months, and now hey've officially done it. As expected, the suit takes aim at the administration's...Show More Summary
The legal action focuses on the use of executive powers and on how the administration has handled the Affordable Care Act.
Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economist under fire for comments he made about the Affordable Care Act, is being asked to testify next month before Congress in a probe of the health law.
House Republicans on Friday filed a long-awaited lawsuit accusing President Barack Obama of overstepping his executive authority when implementing his signature health care law. And though the suit is centered on the Affordable Care Act, the GOP moved on the legal action the morning after the president announced he will unilaterally grant temporary relief to […]
Incidental Economist: These are early days, but so far the Affordable Care Act is working. Rates of uninsured persons are down. Millions of people are enrolling. The Congressional Budget Office thinks that it will cost less than they originally projected.... Show More Summary
Speaker of the House John Boehner spoke to the press on Friday, announcing the House GOP’s lawsuit against parts of the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act, adding that the president has overstepped his executive authority. Photo by Jim Watson AFP/Getty Images. Show More Summary
House Republicans filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration on Friday, claiming that the president has abused his executive authority over the Affordable Care Act. The suit was filed against the secretaries of the Health and Human Services and Treasury Departments. Show More Summary
House Republicans have been threatening to sue Obama over executive actions he's taken on the Affordable Care Act. Today, they pulled the trigger.
Counselors Amelia Kupchyk, L, and Vanessa Gomez, R, help clients with computer work required to navigate the second round of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act as HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell tours the Greater Prince William Community Health Center in Manassas, VA on Nov. Show More Summary
Today, we filed our complaint United States House of Representatives v. Burwell, in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. The House’s complaint contains eight counts concerning constitutional and statutory violations of law related to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). There are a myriad of unilateral amendments to this […]