Republican Health Care Policy Is Trial and Error
The author questions whether jamming in any old thing that fits is the best approach.
Trump Confident of No Federal Shutdown as Agencies Prepare
To keep the government running, Democrats may have to agree to pay for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Nonprofit Fights to Expose Affordable Care Act Records
American Oversight has filed more than 100 requests for records in its first month.
Government Shutdown Is Logical But Not Likely
The same group of House Republicans that blocked the AHCA bill could cause trouble.
Trump's Health Care Obsession Will End in Tax Reform Tears
Even for many companies involved with health care, tax laws may matter more than the ACA.
Successful Health Care Reform Must Solve These 3 Problems: Aaron Carroll
Aaron Carroll says anyone who claims to know what will really happen to the ACA is lying.
D.C. Health Exchange Users Shift to Leaner Plans
Open enrollment figures for 2017 show how shoppers chose their coverage.
We Don't Know Whether Obamacare Was a Net Gain
The author wonders whether extra access to checkups really made people healthier.
Trump says GOP must pass AHCA or risk losing seats
Mark Meadows of the Freedom Caucus says H.R. 1628 is not yet worthy of support.
Ryan plans tweaks to health care bill to help older people
Tom Cotton of Arkansas said AHCA needs to do more for working-age people.