Sen. Rand Paul and Rep. Mark Sanford introduced their ObamaCare Replacement Act on Wednesday, which would repeal nearly all of ObamaCare’s most onerous mandates while allowing individuals to purchase, or not to purchase, coverage.
The IRS has quietly announced that it will not require taxpayers to indicate on their returns whether they complied with ObamaCare's individual mandate.
President-elect Donald Trump’s healthcare plan is nearly complete, and he has promised that it will offer “insurance for everybody.”
Every Republican except Rand Paul voted on January 12 to approve a budget resolution that would dismantle the Affordable Care Act — popularly known as ObamaCare.
Three-fourths of fraudulent applications for ObamaCare insurance submitted by federal investigators were approved, in some cases without requiring any corroborating documentation, according to a recent Government Accountability Office report.
Democrats worked to "scare" Chief Justice John Roberts into upholding ObamaCare on two occasions while publicly warning the court to avoid politicized rulings, a leaked e-mail shows.