Conventional wisdom suggests the Supreme Court's ruling -- that federal subsidies are not illegal despite the sloppy language of the Affordable Care Act -- is a huge blow to Republicans, who have long been trying to dismantle an odious law that conservatives believe will inevitably make health insurance more expensive and greatly reduce quality of care.
Legislators lead a bipartisan effort to protect seniors' health care.
Immediately, Congress should pass very straight forward, concise and meaningful changes to Obamacare.
While we steam toward bankruptcy, Republicans are focusing on loose change under couch cushions.
According to Jonathan Gruber, an architect of ObamaCare who helped the Obama Administration deceive the American people about it, the law has three key interrelated components...
The man playing the role of Edward Snowden in the $300 million Oregon production of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will not rot in prison for blowing the whistle on former governor John A. Kitzhaberwho in this Left Coast drama was playing the role of Hillary R. Clinton.
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