Investments in health-care companies by Trump’s nominee for health secretary raise both ethical and legal questions.
Is there room in the movement for people who morally object to abortion?
The House approves a budget resolution granting Congress the authority to scrap most of the health law with simple majority votes.
The Senate rule may be the best hope for the GOP in rolling back the Affordable Care Act, but it still might not be an easy task.
Republican leaders are facing more and more hurdles to scrapping the health law, but they are moving ahead with votes to scrap it—for now.
The health-insurance law has been a stimulus for many states. Doing away with it could upset their economies.
GOP Governors John Kasich of Ohio and Rick Snyder of Michigan urge lawmakers to protect the Medicaid expansions they say are working in their states.
Democrats and Republicans are once again fighting over whether to scrap the six-year-old law. This time, however, the stakes are real.
Republican plans to phase out the Affordable Care Act slowly still might upend health insurance markets in the short-term.
Progressive groups will launch a coalition aimed at pressuring Republicans bent on repealing the Affordable Care Act.
The law was enormously difficult for Democrats to pass, and Republicans are discovering it might be just as hard to repeal.
Lawmakers hail the 21st Century Cures Act as a rare bipartisan compromise to fund public health programs, combat the opioid epidemic, and advance cancer treatment. Elizabeth Warren calls it extortion.
How the new secretary of Health and Human Services might help dismantle Obamacare
Donald Trump’s pledge to repeal the Affordable Care Act threatens to harm the voters who put him into office.
The Archdiocese of Boston gave $850,000 to oppose an upcoming ballot measure—the second largest donation given to the campaign.
This November, voters will weigh a statewide proposition about condoms and worker rights.
Will recent reports about challenges for Obamacare make health reform a bigger issue at the polls?
Why hasn’t public opinion of the Affordable Care Act matched up with its successes?
If elected, the Republican nominee could use executive action to undermine the law.