Chief Justice John Roberts noted that some Republican lawmakers may have wanted the Supreme Court to strike down the law, "but that's not our job."
The president-elect ran his winning campaign on the promise to bring America together, but our constitutional structure—and a right-wing Supreme Court—may stand in his way.
The Supreme Court challenge to the ACA supported by the Trump administration and Republican-led states puts our generation's health in jeopardy.
Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court, approved 52 to 48 in a Senate vote.
It is alarming to watch Republicans in Congress support an attack on Americans' health care during the worst public health crisis in modern history.
President Donald Trump has been speaking about his health care plan for years but has yet to unveil it to the American public.
"It will be so good if they end it," Trump said about the Affordable Care Act during his recent interview with "60 Minutes."
"Over 1000 new COVID cases were reported in South Carolina yesterday. And @LindseyGrahamSC is still trying to take your healthcare away," Harrison tweeted on Friday.
"Y'all have a good chance of winning the White House," Republican Senator Lindsey Graham to Democrats on Thursday.
Health care and the uncertain future of a federal law that mandates coverage for preexisting conditions and other protections is again being thrust into the forefront of the nation's political debate with fewer than three weeks left in the presidential campaign.
Six of the 10 Democratic senators of the Senate Judiciary Committee's minority members have pushed for Medicare for All over Obamacare.
During the past eight months, of the pandemic, the nation has seen the difference a Democratic governor can make. This difference will become all the more crucial with a conservative Supreme Court.
"It is unfair for my colleagues to suggest...that if you're put on the United States Supreme Court you will be on a mission from God to deny health care coverage for pre-existing conditions for every American," Senator John Kennedy told the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Supreme Court is set to hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act that could leave nearly 30 million Americans uninsured.
A letter obtained by the Austin American-Statesman last week revealed seven senior officials in Paxton's office calling for federal law enforcement to "investigate allegations of improper influence, abuse of office, bribery and other potential crimes" committed by their own boss.
Despite the bipartisan support and a 51-43 vote, the motion failed. Sixty votes were required to pass the measure.
The House Speaker said the president has only one goal for rushing Amy Coney Barrett onto the Supreme Court: to abolish the Affordable Care Act, starting with November 10 oral arguments over the health law.
The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, could face being eliminated by the Supreme Court, with Democrats suggesting another Trump-picked justice makes this more likely.
Bev Veals, a three-time cancer survivor from Carolina Beach, recorded her call with a member of North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis' Washington, D.C., staff after she grew upset with his apparent lack of empathy.
New, more positive unemployment numbers; searching for Trump's health care plan; and the future of retail—we think.
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday employers can deny employees no-cost birth control coverage if they object to the Affordable Care Act policy on religious grounds.
The administration has asked the Supreme Court to overturn Obamacare.
Coronavirus relief packages set aside $175 billion for a health care provider relief fund for hospitals treating the most vulnerable coronavirus patients, but experts told Newsweek the money likely will go to large hospital systems instead.
Democratic voters across the country largely rejected the candidates pushing for universal health care in the primary race.
There's no agreement about what factors to consider. Alabama guidelines would exclude patients with severe mental retardation. New York policy is to maximize the number of lives saved—meaning a 90-year-old patient would get the same priority as a 20-year-old.
"I was also astonished that the average costs were so high," Dr. Michelle H. Moniz of the University of Michigan told Newsweek.
Researchers with IBM Watson Health published a study in 2018 finding that, nationwide, patients pay on average $349 in out-of-pocket costs for diagnostic mammograms.
A new rule for the Affordable Care Act would require insurance companies to bill separately for abortion coverage while placing regular premiums on another bill.