affordable care act
The administration of President Donald Trump has elected to remove a standing Affordable Care Act birth control mandate for employers.
Sen. John McCain publicly announced that he will not support the latest GOP bill to repeal Obamacare, throwing the legislation in jeopardy.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of repealing the Affordable Care Act by a narrow four-vote margin, putting into motion the revamped Affordable Health Care Act to head towards the U.S. Senate. According to critics of the new plan, millions could lose health care they’re currently receiving under the current law.
Obamacare, that scary and looming beast the Republican Party has tried for seven years to best, is now under process for repeal. The GOP’s new plan, which is known as the American Health Care Act, didn’t exactly spark a series of celebrations and instead was the target of a number of memes after the plan […]
While Geraldo Rivera continues to attempt to paint Hip-Hop as an offset of white supremacy, the President of the United States severely begs to differ.
President Barack Obama‘s administration has been tangling with critics over technical issues that has plagued the HealthCare.gov website and hampered the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act. After Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius faced a House committee yesterday (Oct. 30), a spokesperson says that experts from Google, Red Hat and Oracle are working […]
Since the beginning of October, citizens taking part of the Affordable Care Act services faced issues with the online healthcare exchange website. According to contractors at a House hearing, federal officials waited just two weeks before launching to test the program.
A deal to approve a short-term measure to keep the U.S. government funded into the next fiscal year was not reached, prompting the first shutdown of the government in 17 years. Congress was still in session as the 12:01 a.m. deadline passed early Tuesday (Oct. 1) morning, with debates and votes still to come in the GOP-led […]
As the October 1 deadline for the Affordable Care Act looms, President Barack Obama has faced strong Republican Party opposition over the healthcare law. After congressional GOP members attempted a symbolic standoff against Obamacare, a Republican senator says the party has little chance in stopping the law from going into effect.
On Tuesday (July 3) evening, it was announced that a key portion of the Affordable Care Act that requires employers to provide health care to its employees will be pushed back until 2015.