The results were mixed.
One important piece of health policy where Republicans and Democrats agree
If the law is struck, lawmakers will have to grapple with Medicare, Medicaid, and billions of dollars of spending -- and do it fast.
Notre Dame and others challenge, on religious-freedom grounds, a rule requiring employers to cover contraception as part of their health-insurance plans.
The newly announced plan still mandates coverage of contraception, but will shift the provision to insurers, rather than employers.
A year and a half after the president signed his major health-reform initiative, a dispute lingers over abortion and insurance
Democrats cried foul as a subcommittee chairman asked for information on how the group keeps its abortion funds separate
In the highest-profile challenge to President Obama's health care law, an appellate court raises constitutional issues
Stymied by the Obama administration, the state fails to block Medicaid dollars from going to clinics that provide abortions
With the government funded by temporary bills, the White House imposes some restrictions on hiring and expenses