Two years ago, the people of Nebraska voted to expand Medicaid. Gov. Pete Ricketts did whatever he could to restrict and delay it.
This is, as Joe Biden might say, a BFD.
I'm beginning to think the Republican Party of North Carolina has literally made a deal with the Devil.
Fifteen months after Louisana finally elected a Democratic governor and expanded Medicaid, 264 women's lives were quite possibly saved.
A nail-biter in Virginia, maybe not so much in New Jersey?
Someone needs to take a good long look in the mirror, and at their own party if he's serious about someone needing to moderate their political beliefs.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich decries the lack of bipartisanship following the failed attempt by his party to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid continually hammers Georgia Republican Rep. Earl "Buddy" Carter over the devastating cost to his constituents who will lose their insurance coverage and/or see their premiums go through the roof if the GOP goes through with repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich told Face the Nation host John Dickerson that Republicans should work with Democrats on a replacement for the ACA, and that they should not be kicking millions of people off of their healthcare coverage.
One in a series of red states that woke up to math and voters.
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