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  • Obamacare Was Supposed to Help the Uninsured. So Why Don't They Like It?

    Skepticism about Obamacare might have moved up from an all-time low in November, but a newly released New York Times/CBS News poll reports widespread disapproval remains among insured and uninsured Americans about the health law. The poll found 53 percent of the uninsured, who are supposed to gain the most … More

    President, First Lady Turn to Moms for Help Selling Obamacare

    The Obama Administration is circling back to a strategy it has tried since May and most recently in November to get more uninsured adults into Obamacare: Enlist mothers to encourage and even nag their adult children to enroll in the insurance exchanges. President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will … More

    Obamacare Navigators Encourage Fraud, Not Safe with Private Information, Report Warns

    Some Obamacare navigators—taxpayer-funded workers who were meant to help Americans wade through the insurance exchanges and buy health insurance—have been giving Americans misinformation and in some instances encouraging Americans to commit fraud, according to a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that was released today. The new report is based … More

    VIDEO: Senator Mike Lee Outlines Reform Agenda to Unite Conservatives

    With tensions between GOP establishment and conservative groups reaching a fevered pitch, Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) outlined a plan he believes would unite Republicans and the grassroots. “That toxicity could become paralyzing if we allow it to be. That’s why we need a conservative reform agenda,” Lee told a full … More

    Obama Loses Millennials: 57% of Young Adults Reject Obamacare

    A new Harvard University poll finds a majority of millennials (57 percent) disapprove of Obamacare. The news comes on the second day of President Obama’s latest effort to sell the health care law to the public at large and young people in particular. The results from Harvard’s Institute of Politics, … More

    Government Report Warns Obamacare Subsidies Are Ripe for Fraud

    For months, Heritage scholars have warned that the Obama Administration created incentives for fraud by allowing Obamacare insurance subsidies to basically operate under an “honor system” instead of requiring the IRS to verify incomes of Americans eligible for subsidies. The Treasury Department’s watchdog confirmed those fears by warning that Obamacare … More

    Obamacare Supporter Turns Sour: "One Problem After Another"

    While the media grasp to find any positive stories from Obamacare’s wreckage, journalists can’t escape the mounting negative news. Take New Hampshire small business owner Nancy Clark, who last year was featured in a White House video blog. She proudly proclaimed support for Obamacare, calling it “Nancycare,” according to CBS … More

    Has Obamacare Slowed Health Care Costs?

    In need of something positive to say about Obamacare, the Obama administration is trying to convince people that Obamacare has lowered health care costs. While it’s true that per capita spending on health care has slowed, it remains unclear how much of that can be attributed to Obamacare’s overhaul of … More

    Obama's Legacy: More Americans than Ever Reject Government Role in Health Care

    In a stunning reversal, a new Gallup poll shows that a majority of Americans (56 percent) do not think it is the federal government’s responsibility to make sure all Americans have health coverage. The new poll reports that just seven years earlier, the American majority (69 percent) had the opposite … More

    Obamacare Supporter Claims Law Helps Colleges When It Really Hurts

    One of Obamacare’s most vocal supporters claimed the health care law is helping colleges and universities offer coverage to their employees. Except it’s really not. Representative George Miller (D-CA) said Thursday, “The ACA is another opportunity for education institutions—as employers—to partner with states and the federal government to ensure that … More