Spoiler: No one knows what the final Senate bill will look like – not even those writing it.
Worried that Republicans will unspool crucial Obamacare safeguards, Ann Justi and Don Boyer married more than six months sooner that they had planned.
“Community health needs assessment” were part of a broader package of rules to ensure that nonprofit hospitals justify the tax exemption they receive.
A careful analysis of some of the GOP’s talking points suggest that the political fights over the law may have contributed to some of its problems.
WASHINGTON — In a delegation packed with chairmen and some of the most bombastic members of Congress, one of the quieter Texas members this week took on one of the most daunting tasks ahead for House Republicans.
The roughly 2,000-page Affordable Care Act includes a host of provisions that affect the health-related choices of nearly every American.
Andy Slavitt, current head of the agency that runs Medicare and Medicaid, is making a name for himself with a barrage of fiery Tweets in defense of the ACA.
Shrinking the federal government’s involvement and spending in health care is less important to most Americans than is ensuring medical care is affordable and available.
Republicans have vowed that even if they repeal most of the Affordable Care Act in 2017, a replacement will not hurt those currently receiving benefits.
Texans signing up this year for health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act may see higher costs but should also qualify for larger subsidies.