New health insurance marketplaces will make affordable care accessible to millions, but low-wage employees of big businesses may be left out.
Folks, there is reason to be hopeful that our lawmakers can put aside their ideological differences every now and then and do what makes sense for constituents.
June 7 was an exciting day for the implementation of Obamacare in California: Covered California (the state's health benefit marketplace, The Californ...
The old health care subsidy problem was bankrupting us, and we certainly cannot afford more of it, with more people involved. At Job Creators Alliance, we want Congress and the President to clean up the old health insurance mess -- and the bigger one they just created.
Do both extreme conservatives and extreme liberals act more superior than moderates, or are conservative views alone linked to dogmatism and belief superiority?
Peeling the Obamacare onion is divulging how it works, layer by layer, year by year. Unions to date, collectively one of the strongest supporters of Obamacare are changing their tune, "Look for the union label" will not likely continue when it applies to the Affordable Care Act.
According to a recent George Mason University study, the average Republican statement analyzed by nonpartisan fact-checkers is three times more likely to be declared false than true.
A timeless, nameless wasteland somewhere in Washington, DC. Two House Republicans are sitting dejectedly on a bench.
VLADIMIR: What do you want to do?
ESTRAGON: I want to repeal Obamacare.
Just over three years ago, we witnessed the historic passage of the Affordable Care Act, a groundbreaking law that will soon make affordable health insurance available to millions of consumers. But many Americans may be asking themselves, "What does it mean for me?"
The American consumer-driven economy relies on having the largest possible population of consumers. Unfortunately, too many Americans who struggle to meet their basic necessities.
The United States is losing its competitiveness in the world economy. Sadly, instead of leading the innovation charge in the twenty-first century, we are becoming victims of policies that restrict our entrepreneurial roots.
Bipartisanship is so rare on Capitol Hill these days, especially in regard to health care, that when such comity breaks out, it's worth reporting.
Offering everyone -- immigrants and native-born Americans alike -- the same opportunity to get affordable health insurance is not a "benefit" for a deserving few, it is the sound and conservative solution for a nation with staggering rates of uninsurance.
No doubt President Obama regrets saying, with equal bravado: "If you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan." That was just plain stupid.
Lincoln Chaffee is our Most Impressive Democrat Of The Week award-winner. See, Republicans? Not only will you be welcomed, you'll actually get awards for making the trek across the aisle! Step right up, there's room for everyone!
Prior to the passage of the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act, women who suspected they might be at risk for hereditary breast cancer were often advised not to undergo genetic testing because they could lose their job, health insurance or both if the test confirmed they were at risk.