After threatening to do so for months, 45 has decided to stop paying critical subsidies that go to health insurers under the Affordable Care Act, with the Health and Human Services Department announcing late last night (October 12th) that the payments will stop immediately. According to News One, The White House said the government can’t […]
Though I’m only in my twenties, I’ve survived circumstances that would devastate most. At the tender age of nine, I was diagnosed with a rare heart condition. Less than two years later, I became the recipient of a heart and kidney transplant–all before my twelfth birthday. You would think that this medical saga would end […]
24 million more people would lose coverage by 2026, while the federal deficit would decrease by $337 billion.
From NBC News, The Congressional Budget Office yesterday (March 13th) released its analysis of the Republican plan to replace large parts of the Affordable Care Act, saying that 14 million Americans would lose health coverage next year under it, and 24 million would lose coverage by 2026. Health Secretary Tom Price said he disagreed, quote, […]
House Ways and Means Committee members OK'd the new bill after a grueling 18-hour session, with Republicans voting 23-16.
After keeping their replacement for the Affordable Care Act secret, House Republicans publicly released the bill on Monday (March 6th), two days before they plan to start voting on it. According to CNN Money, The legislation gets rid of the controversial individual mandate, which requires everyone to either have health insurance or pay a fine, […]
Approval of the Affordable Care Act has been unpopular since it was passed in 2010, but now that it faces possible repeal by 45’s administration, its approval has risen to the highest level ever. A Pew Research Center poll found that 54 percent of respondents approve of the ACA, also dubbed Obamacare, while 43 percent […]
Last night (January 11), maybe as you were trying to sleep off the flashbacks of Trump's press conference, Republican senators were taking major steps to dismantle Obamacare.
The 49ers quarterback donated his sneaker collection to orphanages and homeless shelters in the San Francisco Bay area.
After meeting on Tuesday afternoon, GOP members collectively agreed not to move forward with their proposed changes.
A lawsuit, filed in California Superior Court in Alameda County, alleges that workers were ordered to use certain codes to identify Black customers at a Versace location in the San Francisco Bay Area.