Senate Republicans announced Tuesday that their draft of the tax reform bill will repeal a key feature of Obamacare that penalizes consumers for choosing to go uninsured, in a move that could imperil the legislation by alienating centrists.
The chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee says Republican’s tax plan unveiled Thursday could potentially include a repeal of the individual health care mandate in Obamacare.
U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria of California preliminary rejected a lawsuit Wednesday from states challenging the Trump administration’s decision to stop paying out Obamacare subsidies.
The latest attempt at a legislative fix to Obamacare was met with a mixture of hesitance and outright opposition by Republicans who have repeatedly vowed to pass a comprehensive repeal and replace bill.
The Trump administration announced Thursday night that it will cease making payments to a subsidy that helps low- to moderate-income individuals purchase Obamacare health insurance plans.
Obamacare’s lowest-priced coverage plans will be unaffordable under the official regulations for middle-income families in 47 of 50 major U.S. cities in 2018, according to a study made public Thursday by a firm that claims to have sold the first health insurance plan on the internet.
GOP Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana released their revised bill Monday to repeal major features of Obamacare and change the program’s funding mechanism. If McCain, Murkowski, Collins and/or Paul vote no, Graham-Cassidy is dead.
Republican Senator Bill Cassidy claimed Wednesday on CNN that middle and lower-income families pay the majority of individual mandate penalties under Obamacare. Is that true?
The three Republican senators that struck down the party’s seven-month push to repeal and replace Obamacare in July are threatening to once again thwart a last-ditch effort to upend the American health care system.