The chamber passed a reconciliation measure after some controversial amendment votes, but President Obama is sure to veto it.
A repeal of the health care tax is unlikely to appear in a tax-extenders package currently being negotiated.
If this bill actually became law, the party—and health exchanges—would likely be thrown into chaos.
A Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that more than half of Americans have a personal connection to the issue, which has been reflected on the campaign trail.
But the issue still has major opponents within the party.
The union, which had already endorsed Sanders, took exception when Team Clinton attacked Sanders’s single-payer proposal.
Republicans probably won’t be able to fully repeal Obamacare in 2017 regardless of who’s president. But the difference between effective repeal and full repeal might just come down to semantics.
How one of progressives’ favorite parts of the ACA fell apart, and why Congress did nothing to stop it.
A payment-reform idea that was a long time coming finally passed as a budget offset.
The budget deal reached Monday keeps Part B premiums from jumping more than 52 percent, but in the form of a loan that must be repaid.
The speaker has been eager to get an agreement on spending and the debt ceiling before he leaves office.
The increases, however, are uneven from one state to the next.
Sens. Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Mike Lee said they won’t vote for anything less than a full repeal of Obamacare.
Spate of shootings has highlighted the issue--and complicated the legislative process.
The HELP panel chairman teamed up with Democrats to pass education reform unanimously. Can he do it again on another bill?
Boosting funding for research and medical innovation is popular—but where will the money come from?
Clinton continues to tout consumer-oriented health policy proposals.
None of the 2016 contenders has a clear plan for getting rid of Obamacare. That's where Ryan can help—regardless of which job he has.
While everyone else wants to repeal the tax, Bush is proposing a very similar policy.