The CBO has reworked the numbers of how much the Affordable Care Act is going to cost U.S. taxpayers. The bad news: 3 million more people won’t be covered.
While the Latino community applauds the Affordable Care Act, a key fight against bias, racial-profiling, and stereotypes in legislation remains, say a trio of top Latino advocates.
President Obama’s reelection campaign is targeting Latinos with ads that focus on a subject that might not be the first to come to mind: healthcare.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on Thursday framed the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the healthcare law as evidence that President Obama violated a campaign promise not to raise taxes on the middle class.
In a largely unexpected turn, the U.S. Supreme Court declared nearly the entire Affordable Care Act a constitutional and fully legal shift in the American health care system.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to release its so-called “decision of the century” when it reveals its thoughts on the legality of Affordable Care Act, President Obama flagship legislation of his tenure.
The suspense continues on how the Supreme Court will render its ruling on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
While nearly every state in the nation has seen some level of attacks on women's health care and immigrant communities, Arizona seems to be vying for first place in the Oppressor Olympics.
If the Supreme Court should decide that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional and strikes it down, the amount of people, a.k.a. voters, who will be disappointed will be sure to not let the issue die in the courts.
Latino backers and opponents of the health care law are paying close attention to the high-stakes hearings inside the U.S. Supreme Court, as Justices hear arguments on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
March 23rd is the two-year anniversary of the historic passage of the Affordable Care Act.
Last week, the results of a national poll of Latino voters focused on their attitudes toward health care policy, with a majority in favor of keeping the Affordable Care Act in general was released. Other results from the poll, including how Latinos feel about the 2012 GOP presidential hopefuls was also released.