For a moment there, it looked like the president was going to follow through on his promise to cut off the illegal and unconstitutional ObamaCare subsidies to health insurance companies providing coverage. But it turns out it was just a ploy, a negotiating strategy.
According to a new public health report, bans against vaping are making it harder for Americans to quit smoking. Many health experts have noted that electronic cigarettes are an effective tool in helping smokers to quit, but that has not stopped the federal government and local governments from targeting e-cigarettes and other vaping products.
Increasingly frustrated over Congress’ inability or unwillingness to dismantle ObamaCare, President Trump tweeted earlier this week, “Since Congress can’t get its act together on HealthCare, I will be using the power of the pen to give great HealthCare to many people — FAST”; and now he has.
A new California law threatens long-term care facility workers with fines and jail time for failing to use a transgender resident's preferred pronoun.
Senate Republicans have given up on ObamaCare replacement this year after their latest attempt couldn't garner enough votes to pass.
A former VA surgeon says VA hospital administrators are manipulating statistics — in part by denying care to certain patients — to make themselves look good and earn bonuses.
Senator Bernie Sanders, along with 16 other Democrats, introduced legislation Wednesday that would create a national single-payer healthcare system.
The Association of Mature American Citizens feels betrayed by John McCain's vote to keep ObamaCare. McCain has sided with the Democrats again. It's almost to the point that this is no longer "news."
Senator Rand Paul says President Trump may soon change federal policy to allow organizations other than employers and unions to buy health insurance for their members.
ObamaCare seems here to stay, owing to Republican turncoats — Trump's punishments and blandishments notwithstanding.
Thanks to globalist U.S. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) and two other Big Government-loving so-called “Republicans in Name Only,” also known as RINOs, the Democrats' deeply unpopular ObamaCare scheme that swept GOP lawmakers into office across America remains firmly in place. In a 51 to 49 vote, the Senate rejected the “skinny” repeal of parts of the controversial healthcare takeover, setting the stage for further negotiations — or perhaps an implosion of the U.S. healthcare system already on the verge of collapse due to unconstitutional government meddling. But as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell claims it is “time to move on,” calls for him and other RINO leaders to step down are growing louder. Either way, Trump and liberty-minded lawmakers vowed to press on until ObamaCare is history.