New GOP Healthcare Bill Still Lacks Votes To Win ApprovalThe Trump administration sent top White House Officials to Capitol Hill in an effort to convince House lawmakers to find common ground on health care legislation.
Florida To Get $1.5 Billion To Help Hospitals Treat The PoorA last-minute windfall of $1.5 billion from the Trump administration to be used for hospitals to treat the poor could help bridge a gap in the Republican-controlled state Legislature over a new state budget.
Poll Shows Majority Of Millennials Approve Of ObamacareAs the health care debate rages in Washington, a new poll is showing what Millennials think about reforming Obamacare.
Freedom Caucus, White House Feud Not DissipatingA top Trump adviser has urged the defeat of a Michigan congressman and member of a conservative group of U.S. House lawmakers who derailed the White House on legislation to repeal and replace the Obama-era health care law.
Trump Moving Forward On Tax Reform After Healthcare Defeat President Donald Trump is pressing ahead with other items on his legislative agenda including reforming the tax code.
Now What? Options For Next Year As Health Law Drama FadesAs the political drama over health care legislation in Washington fades, the rest of the country faces a more immediate concern: Getting insurance for next year.
Trump Confident He Has The Votes To Pass GOP Health Care BillPresident Donald Trump spent the morning on Capitol Hill Tuesday trying to drum up support for his new health care agenda which would replace President Barack Obama's landmark Affordable Care Act.
GOP Health Overhaul Puts Pressure On State GovernmentsThe Republican health care plan may mean less money for states putting them in a spot to make the tough choice of finding a pot of cash to make up the difference or letting coverage lapse for millions of lower-income Americans.
White House Downplays Report Critical Of GOP Health Care PlanWhite House budget chief Mick Mulvaney has downplayed the Congressional Budget Office's prediction that 14 million Americans will lose health care insurance in the next year under the GOP's plan to replace Obamacare.
Congressional Budget Office Releases Analysis Of Republican Health Care PlanThe Congressional Budget Office believes 14 million more people would lose coverage under the GOP’s legislation than the current law.
Sanders Rallies Against GOP Health Care Plan At Town HallDemocrats are beginning to rally one another in efforts to stop the proposed Obamacare replacement.
Hospitals Worry About Caring For Newly Uninsured In GOP PlanWhen Colorado expanded Medicaid coverage under former President Obama's health care law, the largest provider in the Denver region hired more than 250 employees and built a $27 million primary care clinic and two new school-based clinics.
Obamacare Replacement Plan Clears First HurdleAfter 18 hours of debate and clashes between Democrats and Republicans, the House Ways and Means Committee pushed through the GOP replacement for Obamacare.
Some GOP Lawmakers Not Sold On 'Obamacare-Lite'President Trump is scheduled to meet with GOP leaders as House lawmakers begin debate on a new Republican-led plan to overhaul Obamacare.
House Republicans Unveil Plan To Dismantle Much Of ObamacareHouse Republicans unveiled their plan to dismantle much of Obamacare, which is expected to result in fewer people having insurance coverage.