Are taxpayers’ billions at risk?
Judge Richard Posner causes religious students to lose insurance
The message the federal government should send to states that built exchanges is simple: You broke it, we bought it.
Louisiana’s health co-op goes belly up amid lavish consultants and conflicts of interest
Recent reports show the system is open to fraud
That insurance companies are seeking congressional approval to increase their rates is no surprise whatsoever.
Three of the successful applications never provided citizenship or immigration documentation
HealthCare.gov meltdown isn’t holding her back
Fraudulent applications still getting through
‘All we ask is to be able to continue our religious vocation free from government intrusion’
‘Mr. Slavitt will need to answer a number of tough questions regarding his former employer and their relationship with the agency’
So much for greater choice
President Obama set the stage late Thursday for yet another bitter battle with Congress with an after-hours nomination of a healthcare executive with huge conflict of interest problems to head the government agency running Obamacare.
‘This is one of the best pieces of legislation Congress has seen in a long time.’
Aetna to buy Humana
‘This is a broken law that encourages people to prey on the most vulnerable’
Non-profit execs pocket up to $1.3 million in yearly salaries
Tennesseans know that real success means repealing Obamacare in full.
‘This is really, really shocking’
‘He stopped serving as an umpire’