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Survey: Employers beat Obamacare in covering uninsured

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at a screening of the film "Cesar Chavez" at the White House in Washington

Just 1.4 million previously insured on exchanges

Uninsured rate lowest of Obama administration

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks before signing a Presidential Memorandum at the White House in Washington

Still can’t beat 2008

Obamacare's Medicaid coverage millions less than supporters advertised

U.S. President Obama speaks at Valencia College in Orlando

It figures

New Ryan budget would slash $5.1 trillion in spending

Rep. Paul Ryan questions Marilyn Tavenner, administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, during a House Ways and Means Committee hearing on "Affordable Care Act Implementation" on Capitol Hill in Washington

The proposal would repeal Obamacare

Advice from a liberal: 4 things conservatives must do to be taken seriously on poverty

Rep. Paul Ryan attends Conservative Political Action Conference in suburban Washington DC

Whether or not the GOP is racist, they have a credibility problem with the poor.

Obamacare glitches denying coverage in Michigan

Try to sign up for Obamacare. Or not, whatever. It was easier to get iOS7 than it is to sign up for Obamacare today. (Screenshot: Jake Harris.)

‘Other states are also having the same problem’

Maine Dem group blames governor for hypothetical deaths

Obamacare Protests SC
'This is a vile, last-gasp act of desperation'

Thousands of illegal immigrants benefiting from Obamacare

Cover Oregon

‘We were just getting people into the services’

See the HUGE amount Medicaid costs have increased in 46 years

Tom Coburn (R-OK) listens to questions during the Reuters Washington Summit in the Reuters newsroom in Washington

And that is without the new Obamacare enrollees into the program

Progressive group's website calls governor a murderer

Getty, portraying U.S. President Lincoln, chats with Pennsylvania Republican Governor Corbett before delivering Gettysburg Address at Gettysburg National Cemetery in Pennsylvania

TomCorbettKilled4PeopleToday.com protests Medicaid cuts

Obamacare payment cuts force a fourth Georgia hospital to close

President Obama meets with newly-elected mayors about job creation in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington

Only part of the law Obama administration won’t change

$37 billion in Obamacare 'insurer tax' will hit Medicaid programs

President Barack Obama speaks about technology in the classroom during a visit to Buck Lodge Middle School in Maryland
'The whole point was to get people insured, and you're putting a giant tax on it'

Cutting the $4 trillion budget

Night falls over U.S. Capitol Dome, as members of Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives deal with budget showdown with Democratic-controlled U.S. Senate, and possible government shutdown in Washington

Spending in all categories has surpassed inflation by more than double.

Obamacare-supporting Planned Parenthood worried Medicaid expansion will break its bank

Planned Parenthood

‘Providers are looking at 2014 with a great deal of trepidation’

Report: Obama's Medicaid expansion claims WAY OFF

U.S. President Barack Obama addresses employees of General Electric's Waukesha Gas Engines facility in Wisconsin

‘On average, we have seen a 12 percent increase in Medicaid applications’

Less than half of doctors in nation's largest cities are accepting Medicaid

U.S. President Obama pauses as he discusses unemployment, in the East Room of the White House in Washington

‘Access to health insurance does not always guarantee access to a physician’

State Medicaid programs spent $266 million on diapers, pads

Adult Diapers

Incontinence supplies vulnerable to Medicaid fraud

WaPo's Fact Checker admits failure in Obamacare defense

Washington Post. (Photo: Getty Images)

Campaign to prove administration’s Medicaid expansion claims ends in defeat for self-styled realist Glenn Kessler

New York City to pay feds $1.37 million settlement for submitting false Medicaid claims

Empty Classroom

‘We will vigorously pursue entities … that seek reimbursement of federal funds to which they are not entitled’

Fact-checking the Obamacare fact-checkers

Obama announces "Promise Zones" at the White House in Washington

The health care law doesn’t deserve the benefit of the doubt.