Americans are turning to crowdfunding to pay for expensive medical procedures private insurance won’t cover, even under the Affordable Care Act.
The American Health Care Act has gone down in a blaze of glory. It is time to focus on what President Donald Trump has long said would be his plan B.
As Republicans propose health care cuts, activists mobilize local communities in favor of a single-payer health care model that benefits all Americans.
Calling for laws that would make everyone entitled to the same government assistance to afford health insurance and education is a good thing.
The Trump team has made it clear they are going after the highly unpopular individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
President-elect Donald Trump’s chief of staff Reince Priebus says there are no plans to cut Social Security or Medicare. This was Trump’s position throughout the Republican primaries and general election. But Priebus was less blunt on whether the expansion of Medicaid brought by the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) would
To understand how the Affordable Care Act never became popular, we need to understand two artificial constraints imposed by Obama that doomed it.
Clinton Democrats Claim To Support Health Care As A Right, But Oppose Universal Healthcare In Platform
Clinton Democrats favored a platform amendment that reinforced the idea that health care is a right but had no specific goals for how to fight for that right.