Two Republican congressmen introduced proposals Tuesday designed to fix America’s health care system through a variety of market-oriented reforms.
Sen. Cory Booker (D., N.J.) spent a minute and a half Friday dodging the question of whether he would support the government eliminating all insurance companies.
Just under 29 million Americans lacked health insurance in 2017, according to data released Wednesday and Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
After four years of Affordable Care Act implementation, the percentage of adults with no health care insurance has hit 12.2 percent in the last quarter of 2017, according to data from Gallup.
On Thursday, the Department of Labor announced a new rule that aims to help 11 million Americans find coverage by giving more flexibility to employers to offer health insurance coverage.
The Republican National Committee said this week that late-night host Jimmy Kimmel and Senate Democrats have been making “false claims” and “distorting the truth” about congressional efforts to renew funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program, citing recent news reports and the Washington Post fact checker.