A bill to impose single-payer healthcare on the state of California has been put on hold by state Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, who called it “woefully incomplete.”
Senators Rand Paul, Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, and Ron Johnson released a statement promising to oppose the GOP healthcare bill.
On Tuesday, pro-life leaders and medical professionals testified before the Ohio Senate Judiciary Committee in support of Senate Bill 145, the Dismemberment Abortion Ban, sponsored by Senators Matt Huffman (R-Lima) and Steve Wilson (R-Maineville).
Yet another health insurance company has announced that it will be leaving the ObamaCare exchanges in two states, citing market uncertainty. This is just the latest announcement in a trend that experts claim will ultimately result in the national collapse of ObamaCare.
Under programs designed to encourage physicians to use electronic health records, the federal government doled out over $730 million to ineligible doctors, an audit has found.
Bloomberg News reports that Iowa is the first state to approach a total collapse of ObamaCare, though experts believe it is likely the first of many. But despite the failures resulting from big government’s role in healthcare, the proposed plan to address the collapse, unfortunately, resorts to costly big government solutions rather than constitutional ones. In anticipation of the impending collapse, Iowa lawmakers have asked the Trump administration to cover health insurance for the 72,000 Iowans who are currently covered under the Affordable Care Act.
The White House is preparing a rule change that would allow employers with religious objections to the ObamaCare contraceptive mandate to opt out of it.
A single-payer healthcare bill in the California Senate is expected to cost the state $400 billion a year, twice its current annual budget, according to a Senate committee report.
An outbreak of measles among a small unvaccinated population in Minnesota could spell trouble for the anti-vax community, as it may prompt yet another push for forced vaccinations.
By passing the latest effort at government-managed healthcare, the House of Representatives demonstrates the century-old fascination with seeking social justice.
Despite virtually every Republican at the federal level running on a platform of repealing ObamaCare, the GOP-controlled House of Representatives just voted to retain the bulk of it under the guise of “repeal and replace.” Now, in addition to keeping in place a dizzying array of unconstitutional and destructive federal meddling in healthcare, Republicans have ensured that they will get the blame as costs continue to surge and care becomes increasingly difficult to access. Everyday Americans and constitutional governance, as usual, will be the main losers. Now the fight moves to the Senate, where analysts expect lawmakers to retain even more of ObamaCare.