On Tuesday, President Obama launched a three-week public relations campaign aimed at highlighting the benefits of his healthcare law. With weeks of bad press surrounding Healthcare.gov, the administration is attempting to refocus the public’s attention and encourage more young and healthy people to sign up.
In the scramble to defend the botched rollout and implementation of Obamacare and deflect criticism away from the White House, the Obama administration seems to be making a surprisingly compelling argument as to why the federal government shouldn’t be so involved in healthcare in the first place.
The Washington Post reports today that enrollment through Affordable Care Act (ACA) website, HealthCare.gov, has increased over the past three days.
That doesn’t mean all of the site’s problems are solved, however.
The Affordable Care Act was supposed to be medicine for the American people, but someone must have forgotten to read all the side effects. Here we take a look at the fine print of the bill and what secondary consequences this new law has on the nation’s fiscal health. For more information, check out The Affordable Care Act Briefing Book.
As of 2012, 48 million Americans were uninsured. The CBO says 7 million Americans will lose their insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Read more about it in The Affordable Care Act Briefing Book.
Get the facts on the real impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare.”
Today we bring our focus back to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). To begin, CNN reports Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is the “top congressional leader to exempt some of his staff from having to buy insurance through the law’s new exchanges.”
In years past, President Obama made promises to the American people, saying if they liked their doctor, they would be able to keep them. However, based on recent news coverage, it turns out keeping your doctors might not be possible. Will Obama stick to his original promise and fix his healthcare law to allow people to keep their current doctors?
The White House offers insurance companies more money as Obamacare “incentive”
On Tuesday the White House, along with Congressional Democrats, kicked off yet another campaign to promote the Affordable Care Act that will highlight individuals that have benefited from the law.