One of the most conservative judges in the country ruled against a Trump administration effort to allow the states to throw millions off Medicaid.
Trump's budget tries to pay for his tax cut for wealthy and corporations by slashing funding to Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security Disability.
Donald Trump and members of his administration have been working for months on a secret plan to cutback the Medicaid program, which provides healthcare and nursing home benefits for the poor and elderly.
While the American people are rightly outraged by the Trump administration's abuse of migrant children, House Republicans proposed a budget that would gut Medicare and Medicaid.
Republicans want you to believe they give a hoot about the opioid crisis in America, while they continue to vote for budgets that cut crucial funding.
Instead of using taxpayer dollars to enrich himself, perhaps Tom Price – and his boss – should use the funds to improve the lives of the people they are supposed to be serving.
The American people rate Trump's performance on health care worse than any other issue facing the country.
A Center for American Progress analysis found that the GOP health plan will lead to as many as 27,700 more deaths.
"Seventy-five million Americans all have the same health insurance, and the big health bill that the Republicans unveiled in the Senate today takes a meat ax to that health insurer."
Under the GOP health care plan, millions of low-income children would be at risk of losing their Medicaid coverage.
Republicans in Congress won't touch Trump's agenda with a 20-foot pole – and it's only been four months since he took office.
"There are ways that we can not only allow the president to keep his promise, but to help him keep his promise by fixing (cutting) some of these programs."
Republicans finally revealed their "replacement" health care "reform” that literally robs healthcare from tens-of-millions of Americans.
It is possible Paul Ryan is not an avid nativist, but he is a Republican and the fact that he wants a racist to advance his conservative agenda exposes him as bad of a human being as Donald Trump.
Ohio’s John Kasich and Sam Brownback of Kansas are just the latest Republicans to use abortion to distract their residents from bad policies
Jindal has refused to expand Medicaid in Louisiana, depriving thousands of healthcare, but says Planned Parenthood disrespects human life
Rick Scott, who refuses to expand Medicaid and thereby denies more than 800,000 a chance for medical insurance, went on Fox News. He proclaimed the Obama Administration was a bully like the Sopranos, and he is going to sue the Federal Government!
Montanans may not be fans of President Obama, but they also are suspicious of organizations funded by out of state billionaires.
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.