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’s one-year reprieve for Americans losing insurance and rare display of contrition were meant to quell the political crisis engulfing Democrats over the botched roll-out of his health-care law.
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.
Alberta’s premier defended her province’s environmental record while lobbying in Washington yesterday for the Keystone XL pipeline amid new questions over Canada’s ability to meet greenhouse-gas reduction targets.
The Obama administration today indicated it was willing to consider Democratic legislation to halt some of the hundreds of thousands of health insurance policy cancellations that have raised alarm among voters and lawmakers.
Alberta Premier Alison Redford said she had a “robust discussion” with U.S. officials today about the Keystone XL pipeline, though she said she got no indication when an environmental review will be completed.