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Writing for the appeals court, however, Circuit Judge Joel Flaum said the parts of the law to which Johnson objected were
The law also created new online marketplaces where Americans can shop for and buy insurance, with the goal of expanding coverage
On Wednesday, Johnson responded to Rockefeller's remark during a Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
(h/t Uppity Wisconsin) In a 2012 interview with CNS News, Johnson said: Contrary to Johnson’s fears, Foker was, and remains
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) announced a lawsuit Monday to bar members of Congress and their employees from getting any employer-sponsored health insurance, saying it's not fair that the Obama administration is making him decide which of his staffers can keep federal contributions to their plans.
Johnson said it was important that those staffers and lawmakers experience what other Americans experience when they buy
Earlier this week, conservative hardliner Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) also offered a mild endorsement of the law's state-based
Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson conceded on Monday that the battle to fully repeal Obamacare had been lost and Republicans
Johnson used Wisconsin as an example to show how unaffordable he feels the act is. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said he believes
"So we're going to the Supreme Court, begging them please, please allow us this one last shred of freedom," he said. "Allow