Kansas has become the first state to ban a second-trimester abortion method. During a private ceremony in his home, Governor Sam Brownback signed the bill on Tuesday that will impose the ban, effective July 1.
ObamaCare's "Cadillac" tax will soon harm employer-sponsored health insurance, causing both businesses and labor unions to pressure Congress to repeal it.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, despite misgivings about ObamaCare, doesn't want it repealed and doesn't think congressional Republicans do, either.
The Obama administration announced that it still hasn't sent corrected ObamaCare tax forms to 80,000 people who received incorrect ones earlier this year.
ObamaCare enrollment is far below initial projections, in part because many people are finding that the penalty for not having coverage is cheaper than coverage.
Rural hospitals across the country are failing at an alarming rate, the result of decades of federal intervention culminating with ObamaCare.
According to the Obama administration, 86 percent of ObamaCare enrollees receive financial assistance to help pay premiums. Of that amount, approximately three-fourths live in the 37 states that are currently served by the federal insurance exchange.
A bipartisan trio of United States senators is sponsoring a bill to block the federal government from prosecuting medical marijuana use in states where it is legal.
The Supreme Court appeared to be divided during opening arguments in the King v. Burwell case over the legality of the ObamaCare subsidies. A decision in the case is expected by the end of June, and would potentially impact eight million people.
Apparently not content with medicating more than one out of every five Americans with mind-altering and potentially dangerous psychiatric drugs, the Big Psychiatry and Big Pharmaceutical industries are working to promote their latest invented “mental disorder” supposedly requiring their benevolent and costly assistance: being too concerned about eating healthy. Calling the proposed new “disorder” orthorexia nervosa, the increasingly discredited establishment press has so far been more than happy to unquestioningly parrot the notion that people deeply concerned with eating healthy and nutritious food are somehow “ill” and in need of expensive “treatment.”