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The Cycle , co-host Krystal Ball made a surprising claim about herself and other people at the Lean Forward channel in response to liberals' demand for more positive coverage of the disastrous roll-out of the ObamaCare program. We are not
The Herald-Leader will routinely check the accuracy of statements made by candidates and their surrogates leading up to the 2014 elections. The statement: "In Kentucky, individuals will see a 34 percent increase in their health care premiums." News
The writeup doesn't mention the fact that shopping for plans in the first place is difficult (actually, closer to impossible, given HealthCare.gov's implosion), and doesn't bring up Obamacare or its more formal name, the "Affordable Care Act," at all.
Ten Senate Democrats wrote a letter to the White House on Friday, urging the Obama administration to extend the open enrollment period for individuals to purchase health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. The letter is spearheaded by Sen.
If computer glitches are not enough of a problem, President Obama 's healthcare law also has a legal glitch that critics say could cause it to unravel in more than half the nation. The Affordable Care Act proposes to make health insurance affordable
The administration is interpreting the Affordable Care Act in extraordinary ways, and the courts are beginning to take note. 'Obamacare' sign-up deadline extended to March 31 Americans won't face a health-insurance penalty so long as they sign up for
Ohio became the 25th state to expand Medicaid coverage after an extended fight between Republican Gov. John Kasich and the Republican-dominated legislature. The state will now receive funds from the federal government to cover an estimated 275,000
Despite the debilitating website glitches surrounding the Obamacare rollout, a team of black preachers has sent a letter to President Obama vowing their commitment to the Affordable Care Act. Fourteen black preachers, all of whom lead major clerical
Join the informed writers of The Times' editorial board in lively discussions at our blog, Opinion Northwest. On her Facebook page, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Spokane, says she wants you to share your stories of the Affordable Care Act, on a
Rep. Michele Bachmann is among the 32 House Republicans who signed a letter to President Obama on Wednesday, urging him to request the resignation of Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius because of glitches in the Affordable Care