Affordable Care Act
"Keep your plan" promises are never ironclad, as Barack Obama learned the hard way.
Their plan is to fill their empty seats with photos of people who would be hurt by Barrett casting a deciding vote against the Affordable Care Act.
This election, voters will decide between Biden's plan to expand health coverage and Trump's crusade to take it away.
In states like Michigan, Republican candidates want voters to forget how hard the party fought to repeal Obamacare.
Progressives wanted a united show of opposition, framing Trump’s Supreme Court pick as an illegitimate nominee in an illegitimate process. That didn't happen.
The popularity of the law seems to be forcing Republicans to undergo rhetorical contortions about efforts to invalidate it.
If the GOP really wants voters to believe they support people with preexisting conditions, here's a simple way to prove it.
I am one of tens of millions of Americans who went bankrupt due to illness.
Democrats forced a vote on blocking the Trump administration from supporting a lawsuit before the Supreme Court challenging the law’s constitutionality.
Trump’s pick has criticized the Affordable Care Act, and a new lawsuit threatens coverage for many millions