Conservatives have already come out swinging against the Republican leadership's newly released bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
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While Republican congressional leadership is working to unveil an Obamacare repeal bill this week, a number of conservative groups are starting to push in earnest for as much of a repeal of the health care law as possible.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price is fielding criticism for his Thursday video in detailing the problems Americans are facing due to Obamacare.
In the Democratic response to President Donald Trump's address to Congress Tuesday night, former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear gave a dire warning that Republicans will "rip" health care away from Americans.
Congressional conservatives say they have enough support in both houses to force Republican leadership to work on a broader Obamacare repeal bill similar to the one the GOP passed in 2016.
Democratic favorite Sen. Cory Booker outraged progressives earlier this year by opposing a Sen. Bernie Sanders-led measure that signaled support for allowing Americans to buy cheaper prescription drugs from Canada.
The initial GOP proposal to replace Obamacare that was leaked last week is already receiving harsh criticism from some on the right for leaving out policies favored by conservatives while keeping liberal provisions, such as subsidies.
President Donald Trump said to expect "something special" in the GOP transition away from Obamacare in a meeting Monday with top insurance company CEOs
A GOP proposal to repeal and reform parts of Obamacare could cut federal funding to state health care programs between 65 and 80 percent, according to one analysis.
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a stalwart supporter of Obamacare's Medicaid expansion, thinks the congressional effort to repeal the health care law needs to shift left to court Democrats instead of conservative members of the GOP.
Obamacare has surged in popularity in the last month as congressional Republicans work to put together a plan to repeal the law, but the country remains deeply divided over the failed health care law.
The Kansas House of Representatives took a surprise step to expand Medicaid, despite the federal government's ongoing negotiations over repealing Obamacare and, to some degree, its enlargement of the Medicaid program.
Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed a bill Tuesday that would have restricted state funding for Planned Parenthood.
Politico featured a worrisome story Monday raising concerns about Obamacare's demise wreaking havoc on disadvantaged HIV patients in Vice President Mike Pence's home state of Indiana, but it looks like they left out a few important details.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a Florida law restricting doctors from asking patients whether they own guns restricts the right to free speech.
House Republicans are moving forward with efforts to keep taxpayer dollars from going to Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers.
President Donald Trump's nominee to run the federal agency charged with administering Obamacare, Medicare and Medicaid was put in the hot seat Thursday at a nomination hearing, defending her involvement in state-level reforms that required even those below the poverty line contribute to their health care.
One of Obamacare's dedicated insurers announced a big loss for its fourth quarter earnings on Wednesday.
The IRS will not reject tax returns that don't address whether a person has health insurance coverage or has paid the penalty for going uninsured, in light of President Trump's January executive order on Obamacare.