The Nation's Katrina Vanden Heuvel discusses the Republican proposal to dismantle the ACA, which will do the most harm to the people who voted for Trump, who vowed not to touch Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security while he was on the campaign trail.
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Thanks to their Obamacare obstructionism, Georgia Republicans are killing hospitals and people in the Peach State.
Obamacare inspiration Massachusetts has the highest per capita health care spending of any state. Unfortunately for gloating conservatives, that factoid has nothing to do with the future success or failure of the Affordable Care Act.
Walgreen Co., the nation's largest drug store chain, announced Monday it will provide a month of prescriptions to those customers who do not yet have a new insurance plan identification number. If that policy sounds familiar, it should.
While the Obamacare premiums are affordable, the deductibles that go with most of the policies are much higher than people are used to.
Despite its troubled roll-out, support for the Affordable Care Act is largely unchanged. Medicare Part D was far more unpopular during its launch than Obamacare is now.
Conservative columnist George Will on Sunday suggested that President Barack Obama had caused a "constitutional scandal" by <A href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/11/14/this-is-how-obama-plans-to-un-cancel-insurance-policies/">giving states the option</a> of letting insurance companies continue to sell junk insurance plans for one year -- and he said that meant a future Republican president would be able to stop enforcing tax laws on wealthy Americans.
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