Thursday's House vote was strictly political. As implementation of ObamaCare takes place over the next couple of years, Americans will finally be able to "see what's in the bill," and Republicans want to be on the right side of that issue come 2014 and 2016.
Data provided to a House committee by insurance companies suggest that premiums are likely to go through the roof when ObamaCare is fully implemented in January.
Colorado's health insurance exchange, believed to be one of the country's most efficient, may ask for another $125 million from Washington in part to educate the public about ObamaCare.
A federal judge Friday turned down a request by government lawyers to suspend his decision that the "morning after" contraceptive pill be available for the over-the counter purchase by girls of any age.
House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told President Obama they would not cooperate in appointing members of ObamaCare's Independent Payment Advisory Board, which has the power to deny care to seniors.
A group of individuals and small businesses is suing the IRS for ruling that individuals in states that do not establish insurance exchanges are eligible for premium subsidies in direct contravention of the ObamaCare law.
On Tuesday, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it would allow the Plan B One-Step contraceptive to be sold without prescription to females as young as 15. The announcement amends a December 2011 decision that prohibited the sale of emergency contraceptives to all females of reproductive age without restriction, which had been overturned by a U.S. District judge on April 5. According to the FDA, its latest announcement was not prompted by the judge’s ruling, but is based on a study released by the company that makes the Plan B drug.
Because ObamaCare will force it to cover many people with expensive conditions, Maryland's largest insurer is proposing a 25-percent rate increase for individuals in 2014.
Several family-run businesses owned by people of faith have successfully defended their right to freely exercise their religion against attack by the Obama administration.
Regal Entertainment Group, the nation's largest movie theater chain, is reducing employees' work hours in an effort to escape ObamaCare's employee mandate.
Tens of thousands of people will be hired at $20 or more per hour to help Americans navigate ObamaCare's insurance exchanges, a proposed federal rule reveals.