Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Undermining Medicaid would gut substance abuse programs and leave clinics struggling for funds.
The Census report found that 27.5 million people, 8.5% of the population, lacked health insurance coverage in 2018.
Joe Biden made some disingenuous charges this week, but Bernie Sanders left out a few things too.
"I’m surprised that so many Democrats are running on getting rid of it," Biden said of Obamacare.
The Republican lawsuit hasn't gotten a lot of attention lately, but it should.
The move continues to stake California’s position as a bulwark against Trump's policies.
A new report details an ongoing campaign to remove references to and information about the 2010 health care law from official web pages.
More than 20 million Americans are at risk of losing their health insurance.
The Trump administration is trying to kill the Affordable Care Act in court. William Barr isn't interested in addressing the human cost.
During a House Appropriations Committee hearing, Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-Pa.) criticized Attorney General William Barr for his handling of a lawsuit against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
They hate the Affordable Care Act, but they also want no part of this latest lawsuit.
This time, it's about rules for private insurance that the GOP wants to circumvent.
Democrats could be fighting each other over Medicare for All. Instead, they're united against Trump's effort to dismantle Obamacare.
"They are literally teeing this up as an issue for Democrats for the next year and a half," Sen. Chris Murphy said of the administration's efforts to get rid of the law.
Previously the administration said it would be fine to leave some of the law in place.
Repeal is off the table, but the GOP is finding other ways to weaken the Affordable Care Act.
The former campaign adviser has few credentials for the Federal Reserve board and a long history of being wrong about more than just the economy.
The campaign has come to Kansas and it won’t stop there.
Republicans in Utah, Michigan, Wisconsin and elsewhere didn't like what voters chose last year, so they're simply undoing it.
So-called work requirements could make them the latest casualties in the GOP's war on Obamacare.