Republicans are suing to overturn the Affordable Care Act. If they win, these six and many other Americans are in big trouble.
In states like Michigan, Republican candidates want voters to forget how hard the party fought to repeal Obamacare.
If the GOP really wants voters to believe they support people with preexisting conditions, here's a simple way to prove it.
“If President Trump cared at all about people with preexisting conditions, he would drop his lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act,” the House speaker wrote.
Slogans and toothless executive orders don't pay anyone's doctor bills.
The moment highlighted Trump’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which protects those with preexisting conditions.
After Trump retweeted a QAnon falsehood about the CDC, COVID-19 and preexisting conditions, it became the party line.
It's a sign that health care has become political poison for the GOP. Democrats want to keep it that way.
They could have been running against "Medicare for all." But they're defending efforts to gut Obamacare.
Just for starters, 20 million could lose coverage if a GOP lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act prevails.
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.
Nearly every Republican voted to put the 46-year-old onto a U.S. circuit court.
The voters sent a clear message Tuesday -- and not just about pre-existing conditions or the Affordable Care Act.
Martha McSally is still telling people she voted to protect people with pre-existing conditions
There's a reason the premiums are so low.
Karin Housley's website and a new ad claim she supports coverage for pre-existing conditions, but her own statements suggest otherwise.
It's not just the lies about pre-existing conditions. The GOP still wants to go after Obamacare, Medicaid and Medicare.
"The Late Show" host also roasted Donald Trump and other Republicans for their hypocrisy.
Republicans are desperate to fool the public about what they did ― and would still do.