As one observer put it, "So this is what it looks like when the people in charge of 'Obamacare' want to enroll as many people as possible."
Rev. Al Sharpton is joined by the Director of Domestic Policy Council Susan Rice. The council's lead talks Biden's sweeping gun control measures, expansion of Obamacare and coronavirus inequities in underserved communities.
President Biden announces the extension of the Affordable Care Act special enrollment period.
President Biden signed executive orders on health care initiatives that focus on "restoring the Affordable Care Act," Medicaid and protecting women's health.
Heather Boushey, an economic adviser to President Biden, discussed plans for an executive order to reopen enrollment to the Affordable Care Act for those whose health care coverage has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Neal Katyal, the former Acting Solicitor General, joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss “Trump’s failure” in the Supreme Court when two conservative Justices, John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh, signaled their openness to uphold the Affordable Care Act.
Ari Melber explains how comments by Supreme Court Justices Roberts and Kavanaugh signal that they may allow most of the Affordable Care Act stand.
The court seemed headed for a ruling that would say even if the individual mandate is no longer valid, the rest of the law can be left intact.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments on if the individual mandate that is part of the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. NBC's Pete Williams reports on the arguments of each side and how the Supreme Court could rule.
Amy Coney Barrett could help overturn Obamacare in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic experts say. Author and scholar Brittney Cooper joins Tiffany Cross to discuss.