Numbers from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services come as GOP senators push to pay for tax cuts by repealing the Affordable Care Act's individual requirement for health care coverage.
To generate revenue to make up for massive corporate and individual tax cuts, Senate Republicans want to repeal the Affordable Care Act requirement that most Americans have health insurance.
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The 216-212 vote permits Republicans to begin work on a $1.5 trillion tax cut and move it through Congress without fear of blocking tactics by Democrats.
Time and again, "repeal and replace" has proved to be a farce. Let's focus on the hard work of true reform and get health care for all.
Nearly 70 percent of those benefiting from cost-sharing subsidies live in states the president won in November.
Hours after signing an executive order that is expected to drive up insurance costs, the president takes another step toward dismantling the Affordable Care Act.
The president directs his administration to rewrite federal rules, saying "we are moving toward lower costs and more options" in the insurance market.
The answer back: Democrats are willing to hear his ideas, but scrapping the Obama health law is a nonstarter.
The $4.1 trillion budget plan promises deep cuts to social programs, paving the way for a GOP drive to rewrite the tax code later this year.