President Barack Obama plans to highlight the 2010 health-care law’s benefits at a White House event today that kicks off a three-week campaign to regain support for a program marred by a troubled implementation.
Small businesses won’t be able to use the federal government’s health-insurance website until November 2014 in most U.S. states, the latest delay for the Obama administration’s health-care system overhaul.
Fisker Automotive Inc., whose $103,000 plug-in hybrid car was driven by celebrities including Justin Bieber, filed for bankruptcy with plans to be acquired by a group said to include Richard Li, son of Hong Kong’s richest man.
President Barack Obama’s one-year reprieve for Americans losing health insurance achieved at least one political aim: to slow a Democratic rush toward a bill to curtail Obamacare coming to a vote today in the House.
President Barack Obama pressed top U.S. insurers to help consumers cope with the rocky start of his health-care law as the Republican-led House passed a bill that would let Americans keep their current policies through 2014.
President Barack Obama, under pressure from Democratic lawmakers to stem insurance policy cancellations for hundreds of thousands American, will make a statement on potential changes in his health-care law.
President Barack Obama’s handling of his signature health-care law is triggering a rebellion by some House Democrats who could back a Republican measure to allow Americans to keep their insurance plans through next year.
The idea is deceptively simple: Because President Barack Obama promised Americans they could keep their existing insurance under his new health-care-reform law, Congress should pass a law guaranteeing that they can.