The results of the 2018 midterms have yet to reach Mick Mulvaney's many desks?
It won't happen overnight, and it won't happen with one bill, and it certainly won't happen until we have the Senate and the White House, but it is only a question of "when," not "if."
Joy Reid, Wendell Potter, Jonathan Cohn and Perry Bacon, Jr. discuss the Texas judge's ruling on the Affordable Care Act, and where Democrats are likely to take healthcare policy in the upcoming Congress.
Fox gave the leader of the lawsuit, Attorney General Ken Paxton, a friendly platform to celebrate his victory while allowing him to shrug off the fact that millions could stand to lose health insurance as a result.
Barack Obama sets aside gimmicks this year and simply tells folks to get covered.
While feigning concern for forgotten Americans, Tucker Carlson exploited the tragedy of a drop in U.S. life expectancy to demonize immigrants and, for extra divisiveness, Obamacare.
It's really important to check healthcare.gov this year and make sure you have the most affordable healthcare plan available to you.
Who knew John McCain had the power to flip the House of Representatives to the Democrats?
On Tuesday, Pat Robertson was fuming that the Republicans did so poorly in the midterm elections with the D's picking up almost 40 seats and blamed the flipping of the House on the recently departed Sen. McCain for refusing to destroy healthcare in America. This was truly a low blow.
No more gaslighting, your Republican House Member (and likely your Republican Senator too) actually voted to cancel your health coverage when he (yes, he) voted to repeal Obamacare in 2017.
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