Health-care hearings next month will mark the first effort at collaboration between the two parties, even as the Republican repeal push sees one last gasp.
But only if officials at all levels of government are willing to invest in it up front.
Once the proper paperwork is drawn up, the president’s unexpected and off-the-cuff announcement will free up disaster funding for cities and states dealing with the epidemic.
Trump’s failure in health care wasn’t tactical. It was that he refused to acknowledge or redress the fundamental issues.
The president wants to let the law implode after the failure of repeal and replace, but GOP lawmakers don’t.
After the failure of the Senate Republican repeal plan, Democrats say they are ready to deal.
The failed seven-month drama over rolling back Obamacare illustrates just how far the Republican Party has drifted from constituents and good governance.
The Arizona veteran cast an unexpected vote against Mitch McConnell’s last-ditch proposal to partially repeal the Affordable Care Act, leaving the GOP once again without a way forward.
Three Republicans issued an unusual demand on Thursday, saying they will only vote for Mitch McConnell’s latest proposal if they are assured it won’t become law.
Lisa Murkowski of Alaska is no vulnerable GOP squish—she wields significant power over the Interior Department and once won her seat as a write-in candidate.
The GOP’s options are dwindling after the failure of an amendment that would scrap Obamacare without replacing it. Party leaders are now looking for any plan that can pass.
The GOP voted to begin debate on repealing Obamacare, as several holdouts fell in line. What—if anything—the party can pass remains uncertain.
Republicans are now considering a bill that would only scrap the law’s insurance mandates and some taxes as they struggle to round up votes in the Senate.
The Arizona lawmaker, who was recently diagnosed with brain cancer, will serve as a critical participant in Tuesday’s procedural vote.
A crucial Senate vote to begin the health-care debate is set for Tuesday, but it could fail.
In an 11th hour push to repeal Obamacare, Republicans are leaning on a murky analysis that supports their plan.
The budget agency found the Senate’s new version of its Obamacare-replacement plan would leave the same number of people uninsured as the original.
When it comes to health care and entitlements, the party’s policies don't always align with its coalition’s beliefs.
The president bought some more time for the Republican health-care effort, but he hasn’t changed any minds yet.
With the latest draft of his Obamacare replacement defeated by Republican Party holdouts, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is re-upping an old strategy. But it’s hard to see why senators would sign on.