Despite persistent Republican efforts to undermine the ACA, Obamacare is, in fact, working, as uninsured rates continue to plummet.
Montana's House voted 54-46 to approve federal subsidies for Medicaid expansion, with 13 Republicans joining 41 Democrats to pass the bill.
Governor Scott has reversed his position and he now opposes Medicaid expansion after briefly supporting it. Ironically, he blames Obama.
Millions of Americans have gained health insurance coverage, since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed into law on March 23, 2010.
A Gallup poll finds the percentage of Americans lacking health care coverage has dropped from 17.3 percent in 2013 to 13.8 percent in 2014.
Next month, the Supreme Court of the United States will consider King v. Burwell, in which millions of people will be affected.
The Urban Institute's latest survey shows that Obamacare is working to lower the number of Americans who are uninsured.
Almost half a million people signed up for Obamacare in one week.
This week The New York Times published an assortment of answers to the question, "Is the Affordable Care Act Working?" If readers are able to get past the meaningless non-reporting of the piece's opening summary, there is plenty of good news to be found.
The Washington Post reported on Sunday evening that State Senator Phillip Puckett, a Democrat, will resign from office Monday. Puckett is resigning so he can take on a new job as deputy director of the state's tobacco commission, a position with significant benefits.
The man who would be Majority Leader of the Senate and who promised to repeal Obamacare if he makes it claimed that the Kentucky state exchange is not connected to Obamacare.
After your next checkup, if you know your doc pretty well, take a little time and ask him/her how the insurance companies are treating him/her under the new government health care plan.
The Republicans "new" plan to replace the ACA brings back everything that was wrong with the old system and they found away to make things even worse.
On New Year's Eve, Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA), the top Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, published a report showing that the Republican claim that 5 million people have had their health insurance policies canceled due to the ACA is flat out false.
While estimates had already been released prior to today in regards to the number of enrollments through the health insurance marketplaces through November 30th, the Department of Health and Human Services released the official numbers on Wednesday.
While the media will focus on the President's disapproval ratings showing as an all-time high in this poll (54%), the real story here is that, for the most part, this poll shows that the American people are still rejecting the Republican Party and its ideals.
Having affordable health care will mean a world of difference for the 106,815 people who now have it for the first time in their lives.
The healthcare.gov website has been online for 2 weeks. It works, but must be improved. There has been an overload of political and media focus and furor about the problems of the Healthcare.Gov website.
If you were to believe the headlines, it would appear that Blue Cross and their ilk are terrified of ACA. Quite the opposite is true.
Ted Cruz is little more than a figurehead of a much larger conspiracy whose real leaders are teabaggers Charles and David Koch and Jim DeMint