Senate Republicans didn't have the votes so they have announced that the vote on Graham-Cassidy scheduled for Wednesday has been canceled.
Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) are planning to land a massive blow against the Republican effort to take away health care from tens of millions of Americans with a day of Senate led nationwide protests on February 25.
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.
Only a beheading or a suicide bombing can possibly be as barbaric and cruel as denying medical care to millions of poor Americans
Scott Walker has unveiled his plan to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a system that would kill an estimated 9,800 Americans a year who could no longer afford their health insurance.
A new CBO report shows that Republicans want to repeal your healthcare so they can add $353 billion over the next ten years to the deficit. It is projected to add $3 trillion to the deficit in the ten years after that.
Republican nightmares have become reality as a new survey revealed that customer satisfaction with Obamacare has skyrocketed to the where it is now more popular than all other insurance options.
Conservatives want to use the budgetary process to repeal the ACA. Repealing the ACA would increase the budget deficit, which means that it's illegal to use the budgetary process to repeal Obamacare.
In an interview Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) admitted that the Republican plan is to win the Senate then begin work on taking health care away from the estimated 10.3 million people who have gotten coverage thanks to the ACA.
John Boehner humiliated himself again today by standing in a factory and claiming that repealing Obamacare will create jobs.
In the 863 days since taking control of the House Republicans have passed 0 jobs plans, but voted to repeal Obamacare 34 times.
Sen. Lindsey Graham spoke for many of his Republican colleagues today when he proposed avoiding the military cuts in the sequester by taking healthcare away from 30 million Americans.