Partisan politics are coloring governors’ decisions about whether to expand Medicaid in their states, affecting billions of dollars and thousands of low-income people.
A Republican congressman said talking to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is “like talking to the Republic of Korea.”
Neil Robles was optimistic when he opened his clothing and jewelry store in downtown Schuyler about a year ago, but he knew he couldn’t afford to buy health insurance on his own.
Virginia regulators say policyholders who face possible cancellation of their insurance under the new health care law may have a temporary reprieve available to them.
President Barack Obama’s top health care official said Friday that the number of people wanting to keep insurance policies that were canceled because of the federal health overhaul is small, but they have valid concerns that the administration is addressing.
A recent Gallup poll indicates that only 40 percent of people throughout the United States approve of President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare reform law, known also as Obamacare.
Twitter is coming under fire from conservative groups for reportedly cancelling an account of people showing their insurance cancellation letters.
President Barack Obama is promoting the benefits of his health care law before new insurance exchanges open for business next week.
Republicans are using their weekly radio and Internet address to focus on health insurance costs under President Barack Obama’s health overhaul.
D.C. drivers are about 109 percent more likely to get into an auto collision than drivers in the country’s other largest cities.