Obamacare

A new healthcare reform plan would allow states to eliminate protections for individuals who have pre-existing health conditions.

President Donald Trump issued an ultimatum to Congress Thursday to vote on repealing and replacing The Affordable Care Act ---known as Obamacare --- or he will move on to other issues on his agenda.

24 million more people would lose coverage by 2026, while the federal deficit would decrease by $337 billion.

House Ways and Means Committee members OK'd the new bill after a grueling 18-hour session, with Republicans voting 23-16.

Twitter lights up with opposition to the Republicans' proposed replacement to Obamacare.

Senate Republicans confirmed Tom Price as HHS secretary. The future of healthcare and abortion rights is threatened.

Right now, the ACA is still the law of the land and is providing healthcare coverage for nearly 20 million individuals.

Last night (January 11), maybe as you were trying to sleep off the flashbacks of Trump's press conference, Republican senators were taking major steps to dismantle Obamacare.

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If Republicans move too quickly, it will not only cost taxpayers billions, but may also be politically disadvantageous for them.

After meeting on Tuesday afternoon, GOP members collectively agreed not to move forward with their proposed changes.