Thanks to a 2010 law, the federal government is forcing schools to abide by strict nutritional standards, which will put an end to school bake sales in many states.
The plaintiffs in a case challenging ObamaCare's federal-exchange subsidies are asking the Supreme Court to take their case after they lost at the circuit-court level.
Two federal courts issued conflicting rulings on whether people who get insurance on the federal exchange are eligible for subsidies.
Contrary to predictions by President Obama and others, ObamaCare has increased rather than decreased emergency room visits, a recent poll of ER doctors found.
Many Californians are finding that though they now have health insurance under ObamaCare, very few healthcare providers are included in their plans' networks.
A Wisconsin man found himself confused, frustrated, and tied up in red tape when he tried to buy insurance on an ObamaCare exchange, and he's still not sure his whole family is covered.
Raising the minimum wage is offered as a way to help minorities and the working poor, but doing so would end up hurting those groups the most.
Nearly three million people who have applied for Medicaid under ObamaCare are still waiting for their applications to be processed because of technical problems.
The federal government is building a National Mortgage Database that will contain vast amounts of highly personal information on individual Americans.
The UN's World Health Organization has named Cuba's health minister, head of a disastrous and cruel socialized healthcare system, president of its decision-making body.