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Hopes Fade That Congress Will Stabilize Obamacare
The threat to the stability of Obamacare markets is greater than ever. Too bad Congress probably won’t do anything about it.
Judge, CBO Deal Double Blow to Fight for Restoration of Obamacare Subsidies
States suing to make Trump resume Obamacare subsidy payments and senators trying to authorize them by law got a double dose of discouragement.
No, Trump Did Not Cancel ‘Bailouts for Insurers’
Trump’s excuse for deliberately triggering a spike in insurance premiums is a ridiculous lie.
Why You Might Be Seeing a Bipartisan Health-Care Bill in December
Republicans need cover to do the right thing on stabilizing Obamacare markets, and a fat, must-pass spending bill could be the ticket.
How Trump’s Latest Attack on Obamacare Could (Theoretically)
Canceling Obamacare subsidies only makes them stronger. Or so the Congressional Budget Office predicts.
Obamacare Premiums Set to Skyrocket in 2018
After the serial failure of GOP Obamacare-repeal bills, Republicans are now letting insurance rates go up instead of cooperating on a quick fix.
Bipartisan Health Talks Are Dead — for Now
Things were looking up for bipartisan health-care talks, until the GOP decided to try once more to repeal Obamacare. But someday reason may prevail.
CBO: Obamacare Premiums Are Rising — and Trump Is to Blame
The nonpartisan office confirms what was already clear: Trump’s sabotage of Obamacare is causing a spike in premiums.
The GOP Must Make Obamacare Sabotage-Proof by Month’s End
Or else health-insurance premiums will (almost certainly) rise by double digits.
Keeping the ‘Skinny Repeal’ Bill From Getting Fat Won’t Be Easy for GOP
The point of “skinny repeal” of Obamacare is to enact a bare-bones bill to shape in committee. Bulking up could be fatal.
Trump Pulls Back on Threat to Kill Obamacare Subsidies — for Now
But the administration’s actions will mess with the health-care system anyway.
Did Trump Blow Up Obamacare on the Way Out of Town?
After agreeing to continue Obamacare insurer subsidies to avoid a government shutdown, Trump may abandon them as he embarks on his overseas trip.
Schumer Laughs Off Trump’s ‘Border Wall for Health Care’ Deal
First Trump tried to hold Obamacare hostage for Democratic cooperation with Trumpcare. Now it’s the border wall that Mexico was supposed to pay for.