On his first day in office, President Trump signed an executive order that would relieve the economic burden that Obamacare has caused, fulfilling a promise he made on the campaign trail.
The average deductible for a silver plan through the Affordable Care Act, one of the law’s most popular health insurance plans, is projected to jump 20 percent to $3,703, according to a report from Avalere Health.
Former President Obama left office having added $9.3 trillion to the national debt, according to numbers from the Treasury Department.
Treasury secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin on Thursday vowed to close tax loopholes and expand economic growth through tax reform and job creation.
Nominee for the Secretary of Department of Health and Human Services Rep. Tom Price (R., Ga.) on Tuesday said that all Americans have a right to healthcare, while testifying at the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
UnitedHealth Group’s profits increased by 56 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016, after the group dropped out of the Obamacare exchanges last year, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The federal government remains on an unsustainable fiscal path with its net operating cost more than doubling over the past fiscal year, according to an audit from the Government Accountability Office.
Economic growth in the United States is projected to increase over the next two years due to President-elect Donald Trump’s economic policies, according to a report from the International Monetary Fund.
President-elect Donald Trump said he is working on an Obamacare replacement plan that will provide health care coverage for all, according to an interview with the Washington Post.
Entitlement programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, and food stamps have gained tens of thousands of beneficiaries under the Obama administration.