As the Trump administration pushes forward on dismantling the Affordable Care Act, Democrats are pressing their advantage on an issue that is becoming a chief focus of campaign advertising.
If successful, the move would permanently end the health insurance program popularly known as Obamacare and wipe out coverage for as many as 23 million Americans.
Republicans and the Trump administration continue to press to end the Affordable Care Act even as the virus leaves more Americans worried about affordable health coverage.
With the future of the law in limbo, we asked them to explain what might happen now that an appeals court has sent the case back to a lower court.
Congressional Republicans say they fully support protections for people with pre-existing conditions, but their bills would provide less protection than the Affordable Care Act.
President Trump had promised Republicans would replace the Affordable Care Act with a better, cheaper health law. Then the Senate majority leader told him that would not be happening.
A Justice Department motion to invalidate the entire Affordable Care Act gave Democrats an opening to press their health care agenda and move beyond the Mueller report.
Asked about his criticism of Mr. McCain, who died in August, President Trump attacked the senator’s vote on repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Several cuts proposed by the president in his budget seemed to contrast with his own words of support.
So, this happened.
The socialists now running the House Democratic caucus won't be the first ones to put political adversaries "on a list". https://t.co/1gC8tJHTe8 pic.twitter.com/zsrP9Gy0iH
— NRCC (@NRCC) March 1, 2019
This is not the first time, and it won’t be the last, that the Republican Party tried to associate its opponents with socialism — the belief that the government should take control of the mean...