obamacare




Young Says He Isn’t Yet Sold On Trumpcare Bill

Republican leaders in Congress are moving to put their bill to repeal and replace Obamacare to a vote of the House on Thursday, but Alaska’s only member of that body says he may not yet be prepared to vote for the bill









The Midnight Sun Podcast (March 12)

In our March 12 episode, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar are joined by former Special Counselor to the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Leslie Dach to talk with us about what impact the Trumpcare bill would have on Alaska if enacted. Forrest and Casey go on to discuss what themes and issues are rising Anchorage’s municipal races and what is happening in Juneau.








Could Obamacare “Bloodbath” Be Key To Walker Reelection?

If Trump and the GOP-controlled congress can’t dismantle Obamacare as they have promised to do for years, they could face a combination of that “bloodbath” backlash — or at least a depressed turnout — from their rank-and-file conservative base while simultaneously raising the profile of the issue and handing Gov. Walker a powerful and popular issue to run on.







Young Comments On Obamacare Repeal And Replace, Stops Short Of Endorsing House Plan

Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska) today released a statement on the House’s proposal to repeal and replace Obamacare. While the congressman did say he is committed to moving away from Obamacare, he stopped just short of offering his support for what his chamber’s leadership put forward saying, “I will continue to review the House’s proposal and determine whether it supports the goals of reforming our healthcare system in a manner demanded by the Alaskan people.”