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It's so hard to be an Obamacare-hating Republican these days

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), perhaps seen contemplating whether to use an Affordable Care Act health plan. One of the more striking features of the contemporary conservative movement is the extent to which it has been moving toward epistemic closure. Show More Summary

Cruz claims GOP leadership blocked his fundraising after shutdown

GREENLAND, N.H. — Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) said Saturday that the House Republican leadership had made it next to impossible for him to get money from Super PACs after he filibustered the Affordable Care Act in 2013 — an action that helped trigger a 16-day government shutdown. "In 2013 we got quite a lot of […]

Primary care docs not overwhelmed by new patients in Obamacare

Five years in, Obamacare hasn't created a crisis in primary care, according to a new report from a healthcare technology company. Even while 10 million Americans gained insurance coverage last year through the Affordable Care Act, or...Show More Summary

Republican Congresswoman’s Attempt to Publicly Shame Obama Backfires Hilariously 

For the fifth anniversary of Obama signing the affordable care act into law, GOP Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers attempted to publicly embarass the president by asking her fans to share horror stories of their experience with healthcare on her official Facebook page. Show More Summary

The GOP’s Big Obamacare Problem

NBC News: “With the Obama administration announcing this month that some 16 million people have obtained health insurance since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the Republicans’ intense focus on completely repealing the law is increasingly looking unrealistic.” “Republicans [...]

Week in Review: 5 Years of the ACA, Our Fifth Science Fair, and a Talk About the War on Drugs

This week, the President celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act becoming law, hosted students at the fifth-annual White House Science Fair, sat down with the creator of “The Wire” to discuss criminal justice policy,...Show More Summary

West Wing Week: 03/27/2015 or, “The Magic Page”

This week, the President welcomed to the White House both student filmmakers and student scientists, hosted the Afghan president, and honored the five year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, while the First Lady championed the Let Girls Learn initiative in Japan and Cambodia. That's March 20th to March 26th or, "The Magic Page" read more

Less time, more patients: The perverse incentives of medicine

As the Affordable Care Act continues to impact millions of Americans through its second year of implementation, many things have become clear to both patients and health care providers alike: nothing is as it seems. While the ACA has provided health care to millions of previously uninsured Americans, it has also robbed many patients of […]

The Affordable Care Act... Your Insurance, Your Problem

When I was a teen, I recall having the Cadillac of insurance plans. We could go to any doctor, hospital, or pharmacy and wave our insurance card around like it was an American Express black card. Everything was covered. In fact, I remember...Show More Summary

Republican Congresswoman Asks For Obamacare Horror Stories; Opposite Happens

Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) slammed the Affordable Care Act on Facebook on the fifth anniversary of President Obama signing it into law. She asked constituents to share their Obamacare horror stories but the response was not what she expected. Rodgers wrote, “This week marks the 5th anniversary of #Obamacare being signed into law. Whether [...]

McMorris Rogers gets an earful on ACA

The House Republican Conference chairwoman asked the public to tell her about their experiences with the Affordable Care Act. This didn't go as planned.

Minnesota Hosts Symposium Today on Reforming the IRS

Minnesota hosts a Tax Policy Symposium today on Reforming the IRS: Congress asks the IRS to handle a variety of government functions—not just collecting taxes, but also implementing the Affordable Care Act, monitoring the activities of tax-exempt organizations, and administering refundable tax credits designed to accomplish various social welfare goals,...

In All-Night Session, Senate Approves a Budget of Republican Wishes

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The blueprint, passed early Friday without Democratic votes, would scrap the Affordable Care Act, cut the deficit and remake Medicare and Medicaid, but the real negotiations lie ahead.

GOP Congresswoman's Facebook Invitation to Constituents to Share Obamacare Horror Stories Backfires

It wasn't what Cathy McMorris Rodgers expected. Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers posted an image on her official Facebook page, slamming the Affordable Care Act on the fifth anniversary of President Obama signing it into law. She...Show More Summary

Here’s why the Senate stalemate over the human-trafficking bill is so complex

“Just to refresh everybody’s memory: Since 1976, all funding, all appropriations bills, and many authorization bills, including the Affordable Care Act and the Defense authorization bills, have been subjected to a limitation on the use of tax dollars for abortions.” –Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.), statement on the Senate floor, March 19, 2015 “Now, whether taxpayer […]

Lawmaker Gets Unexpected Response to Obamacare

Rep. Cathy McMorris-Rodgers (R-WA) posted a call on Facebook for horror stories about the Affordable Care Act on the 5th anniversary of the law. But as Crooks and Liars notes, “What she received was something else entirely. There are many [...]

Arizona is moving to block abortion coverage, cutting off poor women

Arizona could soon become the latest state to block women from purchasing insurance plans through the federal health-care exchanges that cover abortion. The trend started soon after the Affordable Care Act created the marketplaces, granting states the power to decide if and how Obamacare plans cover termination. Show More Summary

GOP congresswoman gets surprise on Facebook after asking constituents for Obamacare horror stories

Not exactly the response she was hoping for.... Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers posted an image on her official Facebook page, slamming the Affordable Care Act on the fifth anniversary of President Obama signing it into law. She...Show More Summary

Let's celebrate the 5th anniversary of the ACA

Patrick Murray's Monmouth University Polling Institute held a panel discussion yesterday on the fifth anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act. Its ominous title was: "Is it working in New Jersey?" Apparently not so well...Show More Summary

Households Eligible for Affordable Care Act Tax Subsidies Could Owe Money – An analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation shows taxpayers whose income is higher than what they projected when applying to receive subsidies could be required to repay all or a portion of the credit. Half of U.S. households... The post Households Eligible for Affordable Care Act Tax Subsidies Could Owe Money appeared first on.

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