Affordable Care Act

With Democrats' control of Congress teetering, the president has traveled the country to turn the midterms into a choice between two visions for America.
Republican Senators Susan Collins (ME) and Lisa Murkowski (AK) stood their ground on health care.
The Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate criticized the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) for blocking Republican efforts to undo the health care law.
In a conversation with HuffPost, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.) his plans for cost-effective Medicare for all.
In an ironic twist, a constitutional amendment meant to invalidate Obamacare could help validate abortion rights.
A subsidy boost for the Affordable Care Act that lowers prices for millions will end this year unless the federal government acts.
Sometimes you have to compromise, he said, because the alternative is getting nothing.
The former president also endorsed Biden administration efforts to improve the Affordable Care Act, while reminding Americans that governing is hard.
Barack Obama is coming back to the White House for the first time since leaving office, to help address the Affordable Care Act’s “family glitch.”
The proposed regulation would help address the Affordable Care Act's "family glitch."