Enroll America has $27 million in the bank to help sell Obamacare. Despite the rollout problems, the group says its efforts are on track.
On the frontline of Obamacare, frustration — and persistence — as bad news in Washington upsets best-laid plans.
The Health and Human Services Secretary made some curious remarks Friday in response to criticism of the disastrous debut of HealthCare.gov.
Enrollment site for Obamacare should be good to go by “the end of November,” says Jeff Zients.
Teal Media was founded by a former member of Obama’s campaign design team. The firm says it took down all reference to its work on HealthCare.gov “in consultation” with the administration. Update: Teal Media put Heathcare.Gov references back on their website following this report. The firm did not respond to a request for comment on the changes.
“A couple points of clarification.”
An internal handout focuses on young Americans — and on people who “distrust government.”
Behind the scenes, a familiar operation to sell Obamacare.
Deputy White House Chief of Staff Mark Childress, the man with all the plans.
Three years after Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, Republicans accept they can’t defund it. But they keep going through the motions.
The president looks to put his digital arm to use in his second term and beyond.
But maintains that Obamacare is the wrong way to do it.
The Supreme Court is back from its summer recess (Nice gig, eh?) and ready to rule on affirmative action, drugs, dogs, and more. Here’s why you should care.
Religious families look for an alternative. The market at work.
Mitt Romney sometimes comes under fire for shifting views on whether he would have used his state model of health care reform, RomneyCare, as a model for national reform.
In Maumee, Obama defends his signature legislative achievement from Republican repeal efforts.
White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew strenuously argued today those not buying insurance after ObamaCare takes effect will be subject to a penalty, not a politically unsavory tax. But in 2008, then-Senator Obama attacked his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton’s plan for including a “penalty” for those not buying health insurance. A Republican source sends along the ad.
Thursday’s conflagration was hot and fast and lucrative. Now it’s time to move on.
Supreme Court’s health care sparks best day of small-dollar Romney fundraising of the campaign. $4.6 million from over 47,000 donors in first 24 hours. UPDATED
“I think what you’ve seen is that it hasn’t worked in Massachusetts.” With surrogates like these…
Eager anticipation turns to mere efficiency. “It focuses the change side of the equation to one solution: Support Romney,” says Stevens.
You’ve probably already seen a few of these on your Facetweet feeds and Tumblrist boards.
Romney spokeswoman says over $1 million raised since 10 a.m.
Campaign Manager Jim Messina unloads on Romney.
“Embarrassing.” “Fucking humiliating.” “Shameful.” A veteran producer jumps the gun, a young correspondent goes too far, and the network’s crisis deepens.
Obama devotes majority of his remarks to explaining the popular provisions of the unpopular bill.
Because when you think analysis of American politics, you think Philadelphia center Spencer Hawes.
What it really means. Health care professionals, from an OB/GYN to a therapist to a pharmacist, share their feelings on the law and how they foresee it affecting their practices and patients.
“I know it was the right thing to do,” he tells donors.
TIME Magazine’s Mark Halperin tells “Morning Joe” that the president will be a loser no matter what the court decides on health care.