When life hands you haters, make haterade.
When life hands you haters, make haterade.
In a 5-4 decision, the justices ruled that the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act violates some employers’ religious freedom.
Since the start of this year, many people with HIV have seen the out-of-pocket costs of their medications skyrocket. And advocates argue it’s not just price-gouging, but a blatant attempt by insurance companies to discriminate against patients who need expensive treatments.
“We are an independent statistical agency,” says a top Census official.
The Census just changed the way it measures the number of Americans who have health insurance. Observers have wanted the changes for years.
Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of health and human services, is stepping down following the botched rollout of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
President Obama warned that increased traffic could kill HealthCare.gov on the last day of enrollment at a Telemundo town hall.
No matter what, it’ll take some cooperation from the White House. “Let’s not spend 90 minutes pissing on Obamacare,” one AFL-CIO leader said at a recent New York event on health care.
“Site visits are around a third higher than yesterday at the same time,” says a source. “Not saying the video did that, just stating the fact.”
Valentine’s Day offers a look at Obamacare allies’ efforts to woo young men to health insurance through the women in their lives.
A senior administration official dismisses Republican gloating over a Congressional Budget Office report, saying it doesn’t prove the Affordable Care Act hurts the job market.
Exclusive new dial testing from the State of the Union night explains why the White House is increasingly confident about the Affordable Care Act and may help explain why some Republicans have dropped their “repeal at all costs” rhetoric.
Staples managers are now forbidden to schedule part-time associates for more than 25 hours a week, according to a Dec. 6 memo. A petition against the move is circulating saying the decision is based on the Affordable Care Act.
A Kentucky doctor took out a newspaper ad saying he was closing his practice “due to the policies of Obamacare.” The reason is a federal requirement that he keep electronic records.
From Cyrus to Syria.
Probably not — but the former governor sure has ideas about what he’d be doing if he were running the White House, and whether Hillary will be primaried from the left. “You never say never.”
A newly released internal email chain shows officials in charge of HealthCare.gov anticipated problems with the site a week before its launch.
President Obama doesn’t have to run another campaign on Obamacare. His Democratic allies do.
The president threatened Thursday to veto a House bill that would allow insurance companies to continue offering existing health care plans.
Ten websites that led users to believe they were part of California’s healthcare exchange have been sent cease-and-desist letters.
“This doesn’t change anything other than force insurers to be the political flak jackets for the administration,” says an insider.
An estimated 5 million Americans have had their health plans canceled under President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. Here’s how many people now need to sign up for new plans every day.
Obama administration says it remains committed to “making sure that consumers have access to people who can speak to them in their language in person in a way that they would understand.” The process for Spanish speakers has had problems.
That’s a lot fewer than the 500,000 people the White House reportedly wanted.
A rise in paper applications meant a rise in the need for Certified Application Counselors, who help people apply. Trouble is, there are no training materials in Spanish for them.
Good luck, Mac users.
Yup, that’ll fix HealthCare.gov.
For the first time, we’re learning how many Americans were actually able to sign up for health care plans through the Obama administration’s deeply-troubled website.
The vice president said “the pros” told President Obama that HealthCare.gov was “ready to go” seven weeks before launch. “Neither he or I are technology geeks and we assumed it was up and ready to run” for the Oct. 1 rollout, he said.
On the frontline of Obamacare, frustration — and persistence — as bad news in Washington upsets best-laid plans.