The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office yesterday released another report bearing bad news about the president's controversial health care law.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office today released new estimates on the cost of the president's health care law, revealing a shocking new sticker price of $1.8 trillion.
Healthwatch - The Hill's Healthcare Blog
By Julian Pecquet
Seniors in a number of states risk losing their Medicare Advantage benefits because of cuts in President Obama's healthcare reform law, according to a new report from Avalere.
The First Amendment ensures that Congress shall make no law prohibiting the exercise of religion. These protections have been reaffirmed by Congress and upheld by the courts throughout the history of our nation.
Candidate Barack Obama promised to "lower premiums by up to $2,500 for a typical family per year." Instead, news reports today highlighted significant premium increases, with three states now seeing increases of at least 20 percent.
The Obama administration has claimed endorsements from religious organizations to convince the public that their "accommodation" for conscience rights restores religious liberties that are threatened by HHS' health care mandate.