Fewer people are rushing to sign up for Obamacare for 2019.
Voters in 37 states had more than candidates to choose Tuesday. There were more than 150 statewide measures on ballots this midterm election and several involved health-related issues ranging from the taxes on feminine hygiene products to Medicaid expansion, to abortion access, and legalizing the recreational and medicinal use of marijuana. Based on the preliminary vote results, here's what some voters went for and what they rejected.
With just hours to go before the midterm elections, US President Donald Trump was tweeting up a storm about some of 2018’s most hotly contested races, as well as those the Republican party is most afraid that it may lose.
Here’s a closer look at some of the iss...
Voters in 37 states will have more than candidates to choose in Tuesday's election. There are 158 statewide measures on ballots this midterm election, and several involve health-related issues such as Medicaid expansion, marijuana, abortion, grocery taxes and charges related to drug use and possession.
The Trump administration Wednesday granted Wisconsin's request to impose work requirements in its Medicaid program -- the first such approval for a state that has not fully expanded Medicaid.
The Trump administration is seeking to change rules to give employers more flexibility to deny women insurance coverage for birth control, The New York Times reported Tuesday, citing administration officials.