Kentucky is poised for a new distinction: to be the first state to save money by reducing the number of people on Medicaid, the government health insurance program for the poor and disabled and a central tenet of Obamacare.
That the explosions have not yet all happened does not mean that the fuses have not been lit.
Sanders, the independent senator from Vermont, said, "This is not a health care bill. This was a bill that provided $300 billion in tax breaks to the wealthiest 2 percent."
His first hundred days have been characterized by incompetence.
Moderate Republicans fear a voter backlash if states are allowed to opt out of Obamacare.
Everywhere Trump looks he finds the Founders intentionally constructed hurdles.
The second hundred days are likely to produce more evidence that Trump's is a learning Presidency.
The new White House's legislative struggles are a major warning sign as Trump tries to steady his presidency.
Insurers will be able to charge sick patients more than healthy ones.
The amendment would allow lawmakers and their staff to sidestep insurance that discriminates against their pre-existing conditions
The president could cost Americans $2.3 billion in health care payments in 2018, and $31 billion over the next 10 years.
Most Americans want Donald Trump to figure out how to make Obamacare work, a new poll shows.
The GOP's latest plan to kill Obamacare could hurt the fight against opioid addiction just as it shows signs of progress.
Trump wants the money included in spending legislation that Congress must pass by Friday to keep the federal government operating through Sept. 30.
The new effort doesn't address the problems that killed the earlier version.
Republicans may love to grumble about big government, but most made their peace with entitlements long ago.
Tax reform is difficult because everyone likes the tax provisions that favor them.
Wealth and health are intrinsically linked in America, according to research.
As the GOP pursues tax reform and spending cuts, divisions within the party threaten its ambitious agenda—and Ryan's power.
States are obliged to provide a free public education as a right. Why not health care?
The president insists 'talk on repealing and replacing Obamacare' will continue until a deal is made.