Protesters Rise Up To Block Health Care Repeal

By Margaret Flowers, -

By Margaret Flowers for Popular Resistance. Washington, DC - With the September 30 deadline for the budget reconciliation process looming, Senate Republicans attempted once again to repeal and [...]

Newsletter: Is Health Care A Commodity Or Right?

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese. With just a week left before Congress' budget reconciliation process ends, the Senate is once again peddling a poorly-thought out plan to repeal and replace [...]

‘Obscene’: 70 Top Healthcare CEOs Raked In $9.8 Billion Since 2010

By Jake Johnson, -

By Jake Johnson for Common Dreams - While the Senate GOP's plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been denounced as potentially devastating to the poor, the sick, women, people of [...]

Time To Fight Health-Care Monopolization

By Phillip Longman, -

By Phillip Longman for Democracy Journal - Compared to the discourse in the other party’s nomination process, the debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders over health-care reform may [...]

Yes, We Can Fix The ACA…Nobody’s Talking About This

By Margaret Flowers, -

By Margaret Flowers for Health Over Profit. The Republicans are seeking a way to keep their promise to repeal and replace the ACA, but they are finding that this is not very easy to do. There are [...]

Obama’s $400,000 Speech Shows Depth Of Corruption

By Kevin Zeese, -

By Kevin Zeese for Popular Resistance. Former President Obama seems to be cashing in or receiving a payoff for his policies as president. He will be receiving a $400,000 payment from a mid-size [...]

Newsletter: Build On The Victory Of Stopping RyanCare

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers for Popular Resistance. The failure of the Republican Party to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA) is a major victory for the movement. It was a [...]

Obamacare Meeting Bends Toward Single Payer Solution

By Jon Kelvey," -

By Jon Kelvey for the Carroll County Times. But even Hahn, who enthusiastically supported the health care law, said there were problems that needed to be addressed, such as what navigators called [...]

Communities Plagued By Uninsurance Also Suffer From Breakdowns In Trust

By Tara McKay, -

By Tara McKay for The Conversation - Dismantling the Affordable Care Act (ACA) without a replacement plan is projected to increase the nation’s uninsured population by 18 million in the first [...]

Sanctuary Cities Are Safe, Thanks to Conservatives

By Noah Feldman, -

By Noah Feldman for Bloomberg. President-elect Donald Trump says he will make “sanctuary cities” help deport immigrants by taking away their federal funding if they don’t change their policies. [...]

Many Confused By Tax Filing Requirements Could Lose ACA Tax Credits

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, -

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar in PNHP - About 1.8 million households that got financial help for health insurance under President Barack Obama's law now have issues with their tax returns that could [...]

Obamacare Enrollees Highly Dissatisfied With Health Coverage

By Kate Randall, -

By Kate Randall for WSWS - A new study, however, shows that those enrolled through Obamacare are more dissatisfied with their coverage than any other group of insured Americans. The poll from the [...]

Obamacare? Wall St. Suddenly Scrambles To Buy Doctors

By Wolf Ritcher, -

By Wolf Ritcher in Wolf Street - For PE firms, the fracking boom was nirvana. An eternal-growth industry. A big part of the money they poured into the scrappy oil & gas companies is now going up [...]

Health Insurance Industry Eats Competition

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, -

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese. Many have argued, though we have not, that the federal health law, the ACA, is a 'step in the right direction' or a 'step towards single payer.' Our analysis [...]

The Fight Over Obamacare Was A Giant Political Charade

By Sonali Kolhatkar, -

By Sonali Kolhatkar for Truthdig. The constant attacks on the ACA, including this last attempt, were less ideological than political, and in the end, the Supreme Court ruling was an affirmation [...]

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