Republicans continue to do everything in their power to sabotage Obamacare.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and several more Democratic state attorneys general are expected to appeal the decision.Read More
Republicans have found a way to pay for their $1 trillion in tax cuts for corporations and wealthy families: repealing the individual mandate and driving 13 million Americans off their health insurance.Read More
Five women have come together in order to fight back against the Trump Administration's attacks on Women's Healthcare. Since the Trump administration has decided to roll back protections that require employers to cover birth control among their health benefits. Now, they are able to opt out of coverage by citing religious or moral objections, which could leave countless women without care.Read More
Just So We’re Clear, Trump Is Deliberately Sabotaging the American Healthcare System Out of Petty Spite
Trump recently announced another yet attempt at undermining the Obamacare exchanges. He will cancel the "cost-sharing payments," worth around $7 billion, which the government had been paying directly to insurance companies.Read More
Aaaaand, it just keeps getting worse. The fight against our Republican-led government's insistence on undoing anything having to do with Obama must continue in the face of the latest attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.Read More
John McCain cast a crucial, life-saving vote to prevent the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) - but the real work was done by thousands of ordinary, activist Americans and his Senate colleagues, Murkowski and Collins.Read More
The Department of Justice sent back Section 1557 of the Affordable Health Care Act to be reviewed by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Section 1557 offered protection against discrimination for marginalized groups.Read More
The List of Things GOP Lawmakers Don’t Want to Pay For In the Health Care Repeal Bill Is Beyond Upsetting
Early Thursday morning, after 18 hours of debate, the House Ways & Means Committee voted to approve the Republicans' bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.Read More
Republicans finally have their long-awaited chance to tear down the Affordable Care Act championed by President Obama, and despite Donald Trump's insistence that it would be a great plan that covers everyone, it is ... not that. In fact, those who experience a lapse in coverage under the new law will find it 30% more expensive to regain healthcare coverage. Freedom!Read More
Cue the Benny Hill music.
Despite the Republican Party being in control of the House of Representatives since 2010, due to Affordable Care Act blowback, they have yet to produce a single, reasonable plan to replace the law without bringing back all the problems the original law solved. However, that metaphorical search for the perfect ACA replacement has now turned into an actual one—members of congress are literally searching for the GOP bill.Read More
Jimmy Kimmel Asks Strangers If They Prefer Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act, Confirms Your Suspicions That People Are the Worst
"Can you repeat the question?"
Spoiler for anyone who hasn't been paying attention to the world around them: those are the exact same thing.Read More
[UPDATE] Go Take This Phone Survey to Support the Affordable Care Act—Then Leave Paul Ryan a Voicemail
Do you like the Affordable Care Act? Paul Ryan doesn't. Here's the number for a brief phone survey you can take to show your support for the ACA. No interaction with humans (or Paul Ryan) required!Read More
There may be problems with the healthcare site, but not with Obama's grammar.
In a speech about the problems with the Affordable Care Act registration site, President Obama said, "Nobody is madder than me." The Internet, ever the haven of grammar trolls, has erupted with people on Twitter calling the President out for using "madder" claiming that it's not a word. Bad news, pedants -- "Madder" is absolutely a word.Read More
Luckily for the ACA, time is relative.
It could be worse. He could be EA.
Starting today, you can now sign up for healthcare through the Affordable Care Act -- but the website's dealing with a heavy amount of traffic that's been causing it to behave erratically. So, of course, critics have been pointing to this as a sign that the whole thing is an unmitigated disaster. President Obama has something to say to those people.Read More