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  • Notre Dame refiles lawsuit against contraception mandate

    Notre Dame refiles lawsuit against contraception mandate
    The University of Notre Dame has refiled its lawsuit challenging the federal government's mandate that religious employers provide contraception coverage to workers as part of their health care benefits, even if those employers don't cover the cost....
  • Kentucky faces a bloody midterm battle for Senate seat

    Kentucky faces a bloody midterm battle for Senate seat
    FRANKFORT, Ky. — Matt Bevin stood beneath Kentucky's Capitol dome and tore into all the things wrong with Congress, starting with the state's U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell. "How," Bevin demanded, "can we begin to remedy what ails us as a nation …...
  • Millennial generation sours on Obama, skeptical of healthcare law

    Millennial generation sours on Obama, skeptical of healthcare law
    Members of the huge millennial generation, who have strongly supported President Obama in the past, have soured on him and take a skeptical view of his signature healthcare law, according to a new poll from Harvard’s Institute of Politics. “...
  • Rep. Janice Hahn calls on state GOP to take down 'fake' Obamacare site

    Rep. Janice Hahn calls on state GOP to take down 'fake' Obamacare site
    SACRAMENTO -- A website run by California Assembly Republicans has come under fire this week, with critics alleging it misleads visitors about the Affordable Care Act and one Democratic congresswoman calling for it to be taken down. The Assembly GOP...
  • Kentucky governor sees promise for Democrats in healthcare law

    Kentucky governor sees promise for Democrats in healthcare law
    WASHINGTON -- For congressional Democrats worried about the toll Obamacare might take on their reelection chances next fall, Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear delivered a surprising message. "You know what Democrats ought to run on next November? The idea...
  • Kentucky's governor visits Capitol Hill to praise healthcare law

    Kentucky's governor visits Capitol Hill to praise healthcare law
    WASHINGTON — For congressional Democrats worried about the political toll Obamacare might take on their reelection chances next fall, Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear delivered a surprising message Thursday. "You know what Democrats ought to run on...
  • Partisan lines harden in public's view of Obamacare

    WASHINGTON – After two months of stumbles, pratfalls and intensely negative media scrutiny, overall public opinion on President Obama’s healthcare law has not changed as much as one might expect, but partisan lines have hardened, judging by...
  • Obama: Fighting for a better perception of healthcare law

    Obama: Fighting for a better perception of healthcare law
    The success or failure of the sweeping federal healthcare law will be measured over months and years by Americans whose lives are affected, for better or worse, by its impact.  But before that reality is felt, there is the public’s perception,...
  • Judge allows attack on Obamacare to continue

    A federal judge on Tuesday denied the federal government's motion to dismiss a lawsuit challenging a key provision in the 2010 healthcare law, but the court didn't stop the provision from going into effect either. At issue is whether health insurance...
  • Preserving the Affordable Care Act

    Another week, another attack on the 2010 healthcare law. Days after opponents of Obamacare failed to derail it by shutting down the government, a federal court in Washington took up a lawsuit aimed at canceling the premium subsidies the law provides for...
  • Next wave of Obamacare war: Ads to hold lawmakers 'accountable'

    As it wages a state-by-state battle to limit the reach of the nation's healthcare law, the conservative group Americans for Prosperity is launching a $2-million ad buy to hold congressional lawmakers “accountable” for their votes on Obamacare....