With the administration renewing its push to take health care coverage from millions of Americans, health care is likely to be even more important in 2020.
By Nate Raymond
(Reuters) – A federal judge on Wednesday overturned the Trump administration’s approval of plans by the states of Kentucky and Arkansas to impose work requirements on people seeking to obtain benefits from the Medicaid health insurance program.
By Amanda Becker
(Reuters) – Top congressional Democrats on Tuesday attacked a legal move by the Trump administration to step up its assault on the Obamacare healthcare law, saying last November’s elections showed Americans want them to protect the Affordable Care Act.
Rachel Maddow said that the Trump administration made two major decisions on Tuesday that could doom his reelection chances come 2020.
In making another effort to take health care coverage away from millions of Americans, Trump is handing Democrats a giant gift.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) turned Trump's new attack on Obamacare into a powerful election issue.
Trump cut off $286 million in federal family planning services funds to Planned Parenthood in a clear effort to cater to his base before the Mueller report is submitted.
House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy admitted to donors that trying to take healthcare away from people was a really bad idea.
House Democrats moved very quickly to file a court motion defending Obamacare from a Republican lawsuit that is attempting to kill the health insurance law.
House Democrats are making history as their majority is sworn in, and they intend to hold first-ever hearings on Medicare for all.
Brett Kavanaugh sided with liberal justices as Planned Parenthood won a big victory against red states who tried to deny funding to Medicaid patients.
Democrats have a clear message for party leaders who will take control of the U.S. House of Representatives next year, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national opinion poll: Protect their healthcare and impeach President Donald Trump.
Healthcare is about people not special interests and Trump and the Republicans are putting money before people’s health.
Democratic candidates for the U.S. Congress are closing out the campaign season with an ominous warning: telling voters millions of Americans could lose their health insurance or be forced to pay significantly more if Republicans win.
Republicans in Congress voted dozens of time to repeal the Affordable Care Act, including protections for those with pre-existing conditions.
As Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer blasted Mitch McConnell for admitting Republicans wanted to cut Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid as well as wanting to try to repeal Obamacare again on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Friday morning, host Joe Scarborough, a Republican, busted Republicans for lying about supporting pre-existing conditions.
Republicans could try again to repeal Obamacare if they win enough seats in U.S. elections next month, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said on Wednesday, calling a failed 2017 push to repeal the healthcare law a "disappointment."
Advocacy groups on Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging the decision by President Donald Trump's administration to allow Arkansas to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients in the state.
Four major U.S. cities filed a lawsuit on Thursday contending that President Donald Trump's administration is unconstitutionally seeking to undermine Obamacare by failing to faithfully execute the healthcare law.