Researchers have found that if Republicans passed Graham-Cassidy an additional 41,600 Americans will die each year.
A new analysis of the Graham-Cassidy health care proposal has found that the Republican bill contains a sneaky provision that guts coverage for preexisting conditions.
Sen. Bernie Sanders has announced that he will challenge every single one of the side deals that Trump and Mitch McConnell cut with Republican Senators in an effort to get them to support the healthcare bill. In a statement provided to PoliticusUSA, Sen. Sanders (I-VT) said, “Today, the Senate parliamentarian made a determination that at…
Democrats scored a huge win as the Senate Parliamentarian ruled that major provisions of the Obamacare repeal bill will require 60 votes to pass.
Donald Trump’s desperate bid to get any legislative accomplishment before his first 100 days are up was dealt a crushing blow as his new attempt at an Obamacare repeal bill is already being opposed by 21 House Republicans.
During a press conference today, President Trump vowed to never give up on his plan to take away health care from millions of people, which will kill 43,000 Americans per year.
The Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare have completely backfired as the ACA (Obamacare) is now more popular than the entire GOP (Republican Party).
“Amazing what we’re hearing from reporters…Trump treating the GOP members of congress like they’re his employees.”
“There is no three-phase process. There is no three-step plan. That is just political talk. It’s just politicians engaging in spin”
“I think if you read this entire report, I’m pretty encouraged by it. And it actually exceeded my expectations.”
The CBO numbers are simply devastating to the Republican claim that people would not lose their health insurance under the Obamacare replacement.
Opposition from conservative groups to the House Republican Obamacare replacement bill is loud and fierce, while in the Senate a top Republican is warning that the replacement bill does not have enough votes to pass. The bill is looking nearly dead less than 24 hours after being unveiled.
The Republican Obama replacement plan doesn’t just repeal Obamacare and gut Medicaid. The plan would also cause 10-20 million US workers to lose their health insurance from their employers.
House Republicans have come up a new version of their Obamacare replacement legislation, and this bill is so bad that they are not making it available to the public.
With Republican opposition from the conservative wing of the party growing to the leadership’s plan for Obamacare repeal, united Congressional Democrats are getting closer to a huge win if they can save the health care law.
A new McClatchy-Marist Poll has found that 67% of Americans are opposed to a full repeal of Obamacare as is being pushed by Republicans in Congress and President Trump.
While speaking to the nation’s governors, President Trump laid out a plan for taking away health care from 20 million Americans and then blaming Obama and the Democrats.
A picture is emerging of the chaos surrounding the Republican plan to replace Obamacare. It turns that there never was a Republican plan to replace the ACA and Trump his party lied to the country for years about having a health care plan of their own.
The House Republican Obamacare replacement plan has been leaked and it as bad as expected. The Republican plan would kill subsidies and Medicaid expansion. It would allow states to create high-risk pools with benefit caps and would cause millions of Americans to lose their health care. The Republican plan is a death sentence for millions of Americans who benefit from the ACA.
The reason why Obamacare repeal has turned into a nightmare for Republicans was demonstrated at Sen. Tom Cotton’s town hall when the entire crowd stood when a woman asked for anyone who was affected by the ACA or health care to stand.
A leaked audio tape of a behind closed doors conversation at the Republican retreat about repealing Obamacare revealed a GOP that is terrified and running scared over the mess that they have gotten themselves into.
Republicans admitted during their retreat there will be no single plan or bill to replace Obamacare. Instead, they are going to replace the law bit by bit using a budgetary process, regulatory actions, executive orders, and small pieces of legislation that could take through the Summer of 2017 or longer.
Congressional Republicans are avoiding open public meetings with constituents because they are fearful of the growing backlash towards repealing Obamacare.
Republican Senators are begging Democrats to work with them and rescue them from their Obamacare repeal mess.
Donald Trump, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, and other Republicans are lying about the impact of Obamacare repeal. According to an analysis by ACA expert Charles Gaba, repeal will result in 24.5 million Americans losing their health insurance.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) took on president-elect Donald Trump and called him for lying when he claimed that he would not take healthcare away from millions of Americans.
Donald Trump called Senate Democrats clowns as Republicans are trying to blame Obama and Democrats while their ACA repeal efforts are sinking in political quicksand.
When Trump attacks “the failed ObamaCare disaster, with its poor coverage” he ignores the 20 million + who now have coverage thanks to Obamacare
President-elect Trump is beginning his propaganda effort that is designed to make 30 million Americans losing access to their healthcare look like a good thing.
A House Republican is telling his constituents that they are going to have to spend more money, and have less health care after the GOP repeals Obamacare.
While warning that a repeal of the ACA would be devastating for small business owners, a small business coalition is urging Republicans not to repeal Obamacare.
Republicans were already walking on egg shells over repealing Obamacare before a new report from the Urban Institute found that even a partial repeal of the ACA will cause 29.8 million people to lose their health insurance.
A new study found that 3 million Americans who live in red states are receiving subsidies to help pay for their health insurance, but once Donald Trump and the Republican congressional majority repeal Obamacare, these people will most likely not be able to afford insurance.
It turns out that Republicans weren’t one hundred percent honest with the voters about ACA repeal. Republicans can pass a bill legislation repealing the law in 2017, but Obamacare will remain, and those who sign up will keep their insurance until at least 2018.
While Republicans are admitting that ACA repeal is not going be as easy as they thought, Democrats and liberals are already mobilizing for political war to protect the 22 million Americans who got access to affordable healthcare via Obamacare.
While campaigning in Iowa, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pulled no punches and accused Republicans of turning their backs on 19 million Americans with a scheduled vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act.