The Kentucky senator reintroduced legislation that Republicans put on former President Obama’s desk last year.
House Republicans have revealed their long-awaited replacement for Obamacare. Here, a health care economics expert offers a tour of the new legislation.
Republicans have yet to agree on a single detailed policy proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Procedural roadblocks will prevent Republicans from passing a replacement law while ignoring Democrats.
46 million Americans have insurance deductibles of $1,000 a year or greater.
Trump's decision to pull advertising about the deadline 'may have cost about 500,000 additional enrollments.'
The president’s orders have grabbed headlines, but there’s no guarantee they’ll be implemented.
The president also used the interview with ABC to criticize the media's unflattering coverage of his first days.
Legislative proposal by Senators Susan Collins of Maine and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana would let states choose to keep Obamacare or move to a replacement program, for which states would also receive some federal funding.
The American heartland has higher rates of illness, obesity, drug overdoses, mental illness, alcoholism and suicide than the rest of the country.
Republicans were sharply divided, with 25 percent of those polled wanting to keep it intact or fix problem parts. Some 32 percent would repeal it immediately, while 44 percent would wait to repeal it once an alternative plan is ready to go.
U.S. House Republicans won passage of a measure starting the process of dismantling Obamacare, despite concerns about not having a ready replacement.
Most Americans think repealing it without a replacement is a bad idea, polls show, but there are some who are steadfastly against it.
Trump said he wanted a substitute for President Barack Obama's healthcare law done "very quickly or simultaneously" to the vote to get rid of it.
Majority leader says health law will be replaced 'rapidly' but others see a two-year window before new legislation takes effect.