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You know, a sort of “workplace protection.” Why, Obamacare unleashed freedoms exactly as the “Founders had in mind,” the House Minority Leader said back in March 2012. You want to pursue your art, take up photography, take a stab at collecting …
The Tampa Tribune · ByTom Jackson · 13 hours ago
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On Thursday, U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer appeared skeptical of the Obama administration’s position during arguments in an ObamaCare lawsuit filed by the U.S. House of Representatives against the White House. The suit, which marks the first …
New American · ByRaven Clabough · 5/28/2015
House Republican leadership has a new plan to appear to try to defund Obamacare without really doing so, and it's not making anyone happy. It's a strategy predicated on the idea that Republican activists are stupid. Many of them are stupid. But they're not ...
Yahoo Finance · 9/11/2013
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives has just voted to repeal Obamacare in its entirety: House votes to repeal #Obamacare, 239 186. There were three GOP nays. All Democrats voted no. — Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) February 3, 2015 …
Townhall.com · ByGuy Benson · 2/3/2015
(CNN) - The House on Wednesday passed another bill aimed at derailing Obamacare - the 50th time the GOP-led chamber has tried to repeal or alter President Barack Obama's signature health law in the past three years. Obama joked last week ahead of …
CNN Politics · ByDeirdre Walsh · 3/6/2014
Ohio House Republicans who campaigned against Obamacare have passed a budget containing $7 billion to expand it. If the House budget becomes law, roughly 10 percent of Ohio’s 2016-17 General Revenue Fund spending will pay for Obamacare’s …
Watch Dog · 4/23/2015
House Republicans appear to be coalescing behind a plan that would give states the option of keeping ObamaCare subsidies if the Supreme Court rules against the healthcare law. The plan, presented Wednesday by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), would give …
HotAir · 6/18/2015
The White House sees no sign that ObamaCare is affecting Americans' work hours. But its data have a problem: Government economists count workers limited to 29.5 hours as 30-hour-per-week workers. That's no small rounding error in this case.
Investors Business Daily · ByJed Graham · 10/28/2013
The Supreme Court showdown over the Affordable Care Act may be over, but the legal offensive against the law isn’t. Lawyers representing the Republican-controlled House of Representatives and the Obama administration took their best shots at each …
The Wall Street Journal · ByJacob Gershman · 7/2/2015
Is it possible that things really still can get worse for supporters of Obamacare, the president’s signature accomplishment ... Decide for yourself. On Monday, White House spokesman Jay Carney admitted the law is killing off health insurance policies ...
World Net Daily · 10/29/2013