U.S. District Court Judge Reed O'Connor argued that the Affordable Care Act could be interpreted to force religious health care providers to choose between their beliefs or livelihood.
"There is both a need to expand access to affordable insurance and to better inform people about the options available to them," said Katherine Baicker, a health economist at the University of Chicago.
Hadley Christine called for an overhaul to the healthcare system after seeing an elderly resident stuck in "deplorable living conditions."
Bernie Sanders feared Barrett's appointment would imperil the Affordable Care Act, while others on the left feared Barrett's religious affiliations would harm her jurisprudence.
The conservative legal movement needs to soberly confront and grapple with its shortcomings.
With a few exceptions, Republicans simply aren't interested in doing the work on health care, which requires accepting trade-offs.
The decision marks the third time Obamacare has survived a major Supreme Court challenge.
The move protects healthcare insurance for millions of U.S. citizens.
"[Republicans] say that they're gonna negotiate in good faith, they get Democrats to give them concessions and then they come out and they vote against it," Zac Petkanas, senior advisor at Invest in America Action, told Newsweek.
Biden said he'd offer a public option for health insurance. He didn't—leaving states on their own to fight some of the nation's largest, richest and most politically organized businesses.
According to data released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Florida saw the largest number of new sign-ups on HealthCare.gov with at least 146,250 from February 15 to March 31.
A failing healthcare system has long left Americans sick and unprotected. This may be the moment to cure what ails it.
"I didn't vote to overturn an election," Connolly told Jordan. "And I will not be lectured by people who did about partisanship."
"The American people are counting on Congress to meet this moment with bold, immediate action," House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard E. Neal said in a Monday statement.
Many Democrats say the White House should simply "ignore" the GOP "compromise" relief package proposal.
The new president had a front-row seat in watching a bad-faith Republican opposition kill a key health care initiative. Did he learn from that Obamacare retreat?
The president already has spent recent days signing executive actions on the environment, racial equity, the economy, and other matters in recent days.
Don't expect Biden's win to quiet the ongoing feud between Obama and Trump.
"Look around and look hard, because you can be a part of a great national effort to find the president's health-care plan," the newscaster joked. "We know it's out there because he told us."
President Donald Trump has been speaking about his health care plan for years but has yet to unveil it to the American public.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly accused Biden of embracing a single-payer system in which essential health care is covered for all Americans by only one public option.
"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.
Six of the 10 Democratic senators of the Senate Judiciary Committee's minority members have pushed for Medicare for All over Obamacare.
Hume argued that Democrats don't know what Coney Barrett would do if Obamacare came before the 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 latest Obamacare challenge threatens to push the Court far beyond the breaking point, and the justices should have nothing to do with it.
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.
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.