Republicans were wrong again. 12 million people have chosen private policies through Obamacare exchanges.
I paraphrase, but not by much. Gohmert uses nuns, the Posse Comitatus Act, and Waco 1993 to prove Obama is to blame
A Kaiser Health Tracking Survey finds that more Americans now have a favorable opinion of Obamacare than an unfavorable one.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito opened a Pandora's box that has the potential to give some corporations the right to impose their "deeply held" religious objections to birth control on other corporations.
While Republicans aren't waving the white flag publicly, the GOP is becoming quietly aware that they have lost their war against Obamacare.
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.
Hypocritical Republican lawmakers like Ted Cruz could have gone for a "private market" solution, but instead they chose to let you subsidize their healthcare via Obamacare.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers solicited Obamacare "horror stories" on Facebook, but instead got bombarded with positive ACA testimonials.
Since 2009 it has been painfully obvious that Republicans or their supporters do not want Americans to have access to healthcare whatsoever, and it is particularly curious because they claim to be devout followers of Christ.
Millions of Americans have gained health insurance coverage, since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed into law on March 23, 2010.
A Hart Research Associates Poll released on March 2, finds that by a solid 63-29 majority, American voters want to keep Obamacare intact.
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.
I was privileged to watch a chamber full of sullen, petulant, mostly far-right and white, wealthy Koch puppets, largely sitting on their hands as second term President Barack Obama, gave them a not so subtle dressing down.
Ben Carson thinks Obamacare is unconstitutional because it doesn't help everybody. The only problem with that is that it DOES help everybody
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.
Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) announced that House GOP will be using taxpayer money to sue President Obama over the implementation of the ACA (aka, Obamacare)- a suit that nearly every reasonable person has told them has no merit and a suit that two law firms dumped the GOP over.