The GOP majority flexed its muscles as Congress wrapped up for the year, but the hard work begins when they return in January.
Even a pair of skinny jeans and hipster glasses won’t make Obamacare appealing.
Supreme Court may have the last word on several initiatives, while Trump would be expected to undo many Obama-era regulations.
The GOP candidate would scrap "Obamacare" and rely on health savings accounts while Democratic nominee would seek to boost enrollment, cap out-of-pocket costs.
Insurers leaving the market, the failure of the risk corridor and a lack of the young and healthy may add up to sticker shock for many.
The proposal is part of Ryan's blueprint, titled "A Better Way," which offers a Republican alternative to the Democratic Party on policy issues ahead of the Nov. 8 election.
The court did not rule on the merits of the legal challenge by nonprofit Christian employers who objected to the 2010 healthcare law's requirement that they provide female workers insurance paying for contraceptives.
A 4-4 split looms over a legal challenge launched by Christian groups.
"Today I can announce that thanks to the law, 20 million more Americans now know the security of health insurance," Obama said.
Recent troubles in Zenefits and Theranos highlight it can use more zen and patience in their approach.
The deadline to sign up for 2016 Obamacare is now Thursday.
GOP presidential candidates who are in Congress have availed themselves of a program they denounce.
“Some would work fewer hours; others would leave the labor force or remain unemployed longer,” the report says.