Senate Democratic Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is sounding the alarm to all Americans that Trumpcare is back and this time, they want to take away healthcare from even more Americans.
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.
A new shot has been fired in the never ending circular firing squad that is the Republican effort to take health care away from millions. House Republicans are mad at the Senate so they are trying to force a vote on a repeal only of Obamacare.
The level of rebellion that Trump faces if continues to sabotage Obamacare can be seen in a new poll that reveals 78% of Americans want Trump to make the Affordable Care Act work.
Trump has been threatening to withhold payments for ACA subsidies from insurance companies, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is signaling a move towards a bipartisan health care bill.
Trump is still trying to get Obamacare repealed, but there's just one problem. Senate Republicans have moved on, and are ignoring the President.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan was in full dark emo mode, and Republicans were talking about plane crashes all because millions of people will get to keep their health care.
A leading Democratic lawmaker on Thursday said he would ask federal officials to investigate reported threats by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke regarding Alaska energy policy to retaliate against opposition from one of the state's Republican senators to efforts to repeal Obamacare.
A statement from Paul Ryan and the actions of the House Rules Committee have made it clear that Speaker Ryan is gearing up to take away insurance from 16 million Americans before next Tuesday.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is telling his Republicans to cancel their travel plans, because they may need to stay in DC to pass the Senate's health care bill. In other words, Mitch McConnell's promise of a conference was a lie, and the plan is to take coverage away from 16 million Americans.
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.
Democrats scored a huge win as the Senate Parliamentarian ruled that major provisions of the Obamacare repeal bill will require 60 votes to pass.
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) was asked what Republicans are voting next week in the Senate on healthcare, and his nearly five-minute answer on process avoided the basic question and showed that even Senate Republicans have no idea what they are getting into. They are going to throw a bunch of amendments against the wall and see what sticks.
A group of Republican and Democratic governors released a joint statement declaring their opposition to Trump's repeal and delay plan for Obamacare while urging that the Senate pass a bipartisan bill.
There are officially enough Republican Senators to deny the Trump/McConnell Obamacare repeal bill a vote, as Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska has said that she will vote against moving the legislation to a final vote.
Republicans are trapped because Obamacare, for all of its lack of perfection, actually achieved the overarching goal of getting more Americans covered and forcing insurance companies to actually cover the things they promised they would cover.
As Republicans grapple with their failure to live up to their seven year promise to repeal and replace Obamacare, they are considering just repealing. The current repeal bill would be a partial repeal, one that health care expert Larry Levitt of Kaiser says would "produce an actual, real-life death spiral."
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi called out Republicans on their latest Trumpcare fail, saying, “After seven years of railing against the Affordable Care Act, the moral bankruptcy of Republicans’ agenda has been utterly exposed."
Mitch McConnell gave the far-right and Trump what they wanted, an Obamacare repeal only bill, and in less than an hour, enough Republicans came forward to kill it.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) caved to the far right and announced that he would bring to the floor a stand alone Obamacare repeal bill that will take healthcare away from 32 million Americans.