Sen. Ted Cruz is reportedly pushing for Congress to reopen the bitter fight over repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Nearly as many people don’t sign up for insurance in Alaska as those who do.
Could it really be? Congress has produced a health care bill that isn’t expected to dump millions of Americans off their health insurance.
Walker remains a key part of a bipartisan coalition of governors who’ve become an influential voice on health care.
The changes would essentially allow Alaska to keep Obamacare’s individual marketplace as is.
There’s not enough time to get a full report on the impacts of the bill from the CBO, but other groups are doing their best to understand how it’ll work.
Fixing Alaska’s health care and health insurance problems can’t be solved with a one-size-fits-all approach, the state’s director of the Division of Insurance Lori Wing-Heier…
After the spectacular failure of the Senate to repeal all or even part of Obamacare earlier this year, the Senate is now quietly getting to…
The federal watchdog said further investigation would prove unproductive without Murkowski and Sullivan on the record.
The initiatives would preserve key parts of the Affordable Care Act in case they’re repealed.