But it's just health insurance, not cash
Workers say they've had their hours cut and lost other benefits, such as health insurance. If only someone could have predicted that.
A Government-Run Health Insurance Plan Would Be Less Radical Than Medicare For All. But It Still Wouldn't Work.
The public option comes with plenty of pitfalls.
A new Congressional Budget Office report shows the consequences of undoing Trump-era rules on less regulated health coverage.
Large Majority of Millennials and Gen Z Support Private Health Insurance While Nearly Half Say They Want Socialism: Reason Roundup
Plus: Klobuchar thinks government should profit when Big Tech sells your data, and the FDA drops a ban on genetically modified salmon.
More Than 100 House Democrats Endorse Medicare for All Plan That Would Eliminate Private Health Insurance in Just Two Years
A new single-payer plan would be even more disruptive and expensive than Bernie Sanders' proposal.
Pioneering treatments may require equally pioneering payment models.
The Obamacare contraception mandate is getting a Trump-era overhaul.
Trump's Misleading Statement On Obamacare Is a Sign That Republicans Have No Idea How to Talk About Health Policy
Instead of justifying the GOP position on pre-existing conditions, Trump and other Republicans are trying to confuse people.
Plus: Kavanaugh confirmation is official and child care tax credits backfire.
New Census data shows little change from 2016.
Yes, that's trillion with a "t."
The Congressional Budget Office believes the plans can lead to 400,000 currently uninsured getting medical coverage.
Obamacare Critics and Defenders Team Up Against the Trump Administration's Refusal to Defend the Health Law in Court
The DOJ's argument for striking down the health law's preexisting conditions rules is weak.
20 states are right to claim that the mandate is now unconstitutional, but wrong to argue that this requires invalidating the entire Affordable Care Act.
The GOP is declaring war on Dreamers.
The prospect of cheap Canadian meds is once again captivating policymakers.
Did a small number of complaints get used to punish bureaucracy-rejecting physician?
A new proposal from Sens. Murray and Alexander would fund the health law's insurance industry subsidies for two years.
The "direct primary care" movement is attracting physicians sick of red tape. And it's transforming the doctor-patient relationship.
The president has finally brought the law into constitutional compliance.
Trump's order reveals how Obamacare functions as a trap for policymakers.
Defenders of Obamacare's contraceptive mandate give short shrift to religious liberty.
Department of Health and Human Services officials claim the rule will not change coverage for "99.9 percent of women."
Premiums are on the rise and competition remains weak in much of the country.
The entire party is at fault.
The president is using unconstitutional insurer subsidies as negotiating leverage.
The House Speaker omits key information when he says the CBO confirms that the AHCA would make coverage more affordable.
The White House Analyzed the House GOP Health Care Bill—and Found an Even Bigger Coverage Reduction Than CBO
The Trump administration has argued that the CBO estimates are not believable, but their own estimates showed a greater coverage decline.
CBO's Report on the GOP Obamacare Repeal Bill Offers More Proof That Neither Party Offers Health Care Choices People Want
The GOP's plan to repeal the health law's mandate would lead to 14 million fewer people being covered next year, according to the budget office.
People don't really want insurance.
New polls show the health law's popularity rising as Republicans struggle to come up with a plan.
The Oklahoma City Surgery Center is a model for how medical care can be better, faster, cheaper.
Paul's bill equalizes tax deductibility on insurance whether obtained through employer or not, makes creating private group insurance easier, relies on Health Savings Accounts.
Why Democrats Are Defecting From Obamacare…And Why Republicans Might Learn To Love It (Reason Podcast)
As President Trump comes to town, the GOP is hedging on promises to repeal and replace Obamacare. What the hell is going on?
The idea that people won't be able to afford medical treatment without Obamacare is simply wrong.
What was Obamacare, in the end, but an arrogant overreach by an elite out of touch with the rest of America?
Premiums under the health law are set to rise by double digits, even as plan choice is decreasing.
It's an apt metaphor for the health law-but not in the way the president thinks.