Friday, 13 January 2017 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House Republicans were moving ahead on Friday with legislation aimed at dismantling Obamacare, despite concerns about not having a replacement for the healthcare program and the potential financial costs in repealing President Barack Obama's landmark law.
House Republicans are moving forward with their efforts to repeal Obamacare despite the fact that they do not yet have a replacement lined up in its place. On Friday, Republicans proposed legislation aimed at dismantling Obamacare and have high hopes that it will go through considering the amount of...
The US Congress was racing on Thursday to approve a massive $1.3tn spending bill and send it to President Donald Trump for enactment before a midnight Friday government shutdown deadline, in a move.. Source: Euronews English -
Congress is one week away from yet another governmental shutdown. This time, however, Republicans may not be able to blame the Democrats. According to multiple sources, Republicans have considered a.. Source: Wochit News -
Conservative groups connected to the powerful Koch brothers are declining to push for Obamacare repeal in 2018. The move looks like the latest sign that Republicans are shifting their focus away from.. Source: Wochit -