According to a study by National Journal, ObamaCare will make individual insurance cost far more than employer-sponsored insurance and encourage employers to drop coverage.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is urging Congress to pass immigration reform so that it may help undocumented individuals gain greater access to healthcare services. As observed by the Daily Caller in February, however, a pathway to citizenship may increase the cost of Obamacare up to $300 billion over a decade.
A recent study finds that ObamaCare is unlikely to induce many young, healthy people to buy insurance, sending the insurance industry into a "death spiral" of rising premiums and fewer, sicker beneficiaries.
Concerns about ObamaCare continue to grow, as companies shift full-time employees to part-time hours.
The Obama administration awarded three Planned Parenthood branches over $655,000 to serve as "navigators" to help sign people up for subsidized insurance under ObamaCare.
The delays in implementing ObamaCare continue to give voice to those opposed to the vast government-run healthcare system.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has offered a Medicare reform bill that will cut $1 trillion in the first decade and will open the marketplace of insurance to seniors.