Domino’s continues to push back against a regulation mandated by the president’s health care law, releasing a new video that shows their customers calling the calorie posting rule “obnoxious” and “annoying.”
Hawaii’s Obamacare exchange website will soon shut down because it is not financially viable, Americans for Tax Reform reports.
Paul Krugman is very concerned about ideologues. “The most reckless and dangerous ideologues,” he wrote in New York Times last week, “are often those who imagine themselves ideology-free.” You know, people like this guy.
Emergency-room visits continue to rise in the second year of Obamacare, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced yesterday it would not hear a legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) filed by the Goldwater Institute, which sought a repeal of the board and its power over the healthcare of more than 48 million Americans.
Small businesses are struggling to comply with Obamacare regulations that are going into effect in 2016, USA Today reports.
The Obama administration and its opponents squared off today in oral arguments before the Supreme Court that highlighted the central issue in the case: the relationship between the federal government and the states.
More than a year after the federal government issued an emergency contract and deadline to fix Healthcare.gov, the back-end of the website is still not finished.