ObamaCare's insurance co-ops are fast running out of money, yet their executives are being rewarded with huge salaries.
On Monday, lawmakers in California passed one of the toughest mandatory vaccination requirements in the country, which would end exemptions from state immunizations laws based on religious or personal beliefs, by a vote of 24-14. Mississippi and West Virginia are the only other states with such strict requirements.
Following the Supreme Court’s monumentally controversial ruling on ObamaCare subsidies, angry lawmakers have decided to introduce legislation that would require the justices to enroll in the health insurance program.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that ObamaCare's insurance subsidies can continue to flow to individuals buying insurance on the federal exchange despite clear statutory language to the contrary.
Despite his and Democrats' denials, a recently released trove of e-mails shows that MIT economist Jonathan Gruber played a central role in getting ObamaCare drafted and passed.
The Congressional Budget Office has issued an ambiguous report, full of assumptions and variables, on the impacts of repealing ObamaCare.
While the U.S. Supreme Court weighs the future of healthcare subsidies, the federal government reveals little regard for taxpayer dollars, as it cannot account for $2.8 billion in healthcare subsidies. According to an audit report by the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, taxpayer funding is significantly “at risk” under the current system.
If the Supreme Court rules in the case of King v. Burwell that the words “exchanges established by the state” mean that only citizens in those states enjoy subsidies to help pay for their insurance under ObamaCare while those elsewhere do not, the impact of such a ruling would likely prove to be enormous and overwhelmingly positive.