How much distance from an immoral act is enough?
A federal judge is set to hear arguments in a Wisconsin senator’s lawsuit challenging rules forcing congressional members and their staffs to seek government-subsidized health insurance through small business exchanges.
Catholic Groups Get Injunction To Provision That Requires Them To Allow Employees To Secure Contraception
Roman Catholic organizations in Wyoming secured a court order Monday blocking, at least for now, a provision of the federal Affordable Care Act requiring them to take steps to allow hundreds of employees to secure contraception and abortion services.
The Supreme Court is poised to deliver its verdict in a case that weighs the religious rights of employers and the right of women to the birth control of their choice.
The administration has quietly made it easier for transgender people to update their passports, obtain health insurance, and get treatment at VA facilities.
Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe vowed Friday to bypass the General Assembly and expand Medicaid eligibility for about 400,000 low-income residents on his own, a move Republican lawmakers immediately promised to fight.
Biggest obstacle is Mitch McConnell amendment that would block new regulation of existing coal plants.
Janet Shadoin was unable to unenroll from the plan she purchased on the Affordable Care Act online marketplace.
More than 130 lawmakers are urging the Obama administration to expand coverage for a lung-cancer test under Medicare that could cost the program billions, calling the preventative screening important for vulnerable seniors.
Fellow Republicans Leslie Rutledge and John Burris faced the same problem in Arkansas’ primary runoff, fending off mailers and TV ads that tried to paint them as allies of a Democratic president they’ve repeatedly criticized. But the outcomes were sharply different, with Rutledge winning the GOP’s nomination for attorney general and Burris losing his bid for a state Senate seat.