The Republican health care plan wouldn't solve the problems Republicans say they want to solve.
The argument carries a powerful emotional charge but it isn't a particularly constructive or clear-minded way to think or talk about writing laws.
It's one more way the GOP repeal bill resembles Obamacare.
Libertarian-leaning congressman slams the Better Care Reconciliation Act on
Tea Party senators claim to be "open to negotiation" yet insist on repealing Obamacare, which no version of the AHCA has come close to doing.
The draft legislation represents a total failure of Republican policy imagination.
Paul's "Read the Bills" resolution would change Senate rules to allow one day of transparency for every 20 pages of a bill's length.
"They've gotten kind of weak-kneed," the Kentucky senator says of his GOP colleagues. If he, Mike Lee, and one other senator defect, the bill is dead.
Why are Republicans rushing a bill no one likes? Here are five theories.
As the president throws the Freedom Caucus under the bus by reportedly calling the AHCA a “mean, mean, mean…son of a bitch,” Rand Paul says he’ll vote against any “new entitlements,” and the swing vote shifts to…Ted Cruz?
The Senate GOP is relying on the same opaque process they accused Democrats of using to pass Obamacare.
The Senate GOP bill is likely to expand subsidies, preserve regulations, and delay the Medicaid rollback.
This is how the GOP treats their top legislative priorities.
This is why the GOP health care bill is stalled in the Senate.
A rule is under review that would (reportedly) relax the hotly debated requirement.
Despite claims by supporters, requiring calorie counts is neither easy nor sensible.
The AHCA is testing the limits of the Congressional Budget Office's authority.
Aetna exits the exchanges, citing massive losses and structural instability.
Obamacare was bad, and its replacements look like a dog's breakfast.