The Senate health care bill designed to replace the Affordable Care Act has drawn criticism from conservative Republican lawmakers who say the measure does not go far enough to repeal Obamacare.
Today, Senate Republicans introduced their legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act, called the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017.
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield will not be offering Obamacare coverage in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Indiana next year, the company just announced.
The majority of lawmakers sponsoring legislation to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour do not pay their interns, according to a report from the Employment Policies Institute.
Lack of jobs is the deepest concern facing communities in rural America, according to a poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
A national campaign is being launched focusing on tax reform to urge lawmakers on the Hill to craft reform legislation that would bring jobs back to America.
One of the few remaining co-ops created from Obamacare is requesting rate hikes of 80 percent for next year, the Associated Press reported.
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield has requested a premium rate hike of 33.6 percent for 2018 to the Delaware Department of Insurance.
The policy-making arm of the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates a quarter of a percentage point for the third time in six months.
There are 47 counties in the United States that are projected to have no insurer participating in the Affordable Care Act exchanges in 2018, according to a report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.