Tag Archives: Obamacare

Biden’s tidal wave of taxpayer dollars likely to swamp red-state Obamacare holdouts

The newly enacted $ 1.9 trillion spending bill includes additional funding of as much as $ 22.5 billion for states that have not yet expanded their Medicaid programs under Obamacare. Red states that have long resisted the expansion of the low-income government healthcare program will now find it hard to turn down the money. Indeed,… Read More »

The stealth Obamacare expansion

President Biden’s COVID-19 relief bill actually does very little to combat the coronavirus pandemic. But among other things, it includes a stealth expansion of Obamacare. The brazenness of Biden’s bill is something to behold. Just about 1% of the $ 1.9 trillion price tag is dedicated to vaccination efforts — the quickest path out of… Read More »

Obamacare Insurance Mandate Is Struck Down by Federal Appeals Court

WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Wednesday struck down a central provision of the Affordable Care Act, ruling that the requirement that people have health insurance was unconstitutional. But the appeals panel did not invalidate the rest of the law, instead sending the case back to a federal district judge in Texas to “conduct… Read More »

Widespread glitches occur on 1st day of ‘Obamacare’ sign-ups

Trump administration officials say they’re working to resolve problems with HealthCare.gov following reports of widespread technical glitches on the first day of “Obamacare” sign-ups. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said in a statement Friday that it’s aware that some consumers trying to sign up for health insurance have received error messages from the… Read More »

Federal judge freezes Trump's religious and moral exemptions to Obamacare contraception mandate

A Pennsylvania district court judge on Monday blocked the Trump administration’s exemptions from the federal birth control rules from taking effect across the U.S., less than 24 hours after a similar hold was placed in 13 states and the District of Columbia. The revised rules, which allow employers to opt out of a requirement that… Read More »