Long live Obamacare. Now it’s NoMalarkeyCare | Dick Polman

BY: - March 22, 2021

Not only did Obamacare survive the Mar-a-Lago loser – and 10 years of attempted Republican sabotage – but today it’s more alive than ever.

Trump takes a final shot at Obamacare exchanges. How Pa. is impacted

BY: - December 17, 2020

By Michael Ollove On his way out of the White House, President Donald Trump is taking one last swipe at the Affordable Care Act, proposing to allow states to opt out of the Obamacare exchanges where millions of Americans enroll in health insurance plans. If states choose this potential new option, residents would no longer […]


Why unions need the Affordable Care Act | Opinion

BY: - November 15, 2020

Unions cannot stand idly by and watch as others try to rip health insurance away from our members and the people and communities they serve.


Conservatives backed the ideas behind Obamacare, so how did they come to hate it? | Opinion

BY: - November 11, 2020

it was Newt Gingrich, one of the most conservative speakers of the House, who laid out the blueprint for the Affordable Care Act as early as 1993.

The U.S. Supreme Court could strike down the Affordable Care Act. Here’s what’s at stake

BY: - November 10, 2020

The fate of the sweeping 2010 health care law known as Obamacare is again in limbo, with the Supreme Court hearing arguments Tuesday over whether that statute should be overturned.


Obamacare protects many of the millions losing their employer-provided health insurance – but not all | Opinion

BY: - May 18, 2020

The loss of 31 million jobs due to coronvirus has an added downside: 27 million have lost job-based health insurance. The worst may still lie ahead.


Undoing Obamacare would do more than just hurt Americans’ health | Opinion

BY: - December 23, 2019

The status quo in health care has shifted dramatically, and Americans, even if they despise Obamacare in the abstract, do not want to go back to 2009.


Republicans don’t have a Plan B if the Affordable Care Act is struck down. And Pa. will suffer | Opinion

BY: - July 31, 2019

Massive budget holes. Millions of uninsured still requiring medical care. Hospital closures, especially in rural America. Lack of treatment for those suffering from the opioid epidemic ravaging Appalachia and the U.S. We should all be worried.