Obamacare critics are furious and even some of the law's supporters are dumbfounded about some news that broke on Tuesday, via a story by Robert Pear in the New York Times.
You may have heard about the contraception case before the Supreme Court. Well, another case heard today could do Obamacare far more damage.
And here's what's going to replace them
Thanks to Obamacare, your much-hated insurance firm probably won't be around much longer. But the companies that will replace them might not be much better.
Credit where credit's due: Paul Ryan's showing flashes of an independent mind.
A corrective for market triumphalists
Obamacare haters insisted only the government could botch a website like healthcare.gov. Then Christmas came around.
Obamacare won't be clear until this is finally dismissed
This is the fifth in an occasional series examining how Republican control of Congress might affect policy debates in the next two years. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4) Supporters of health reform are asking how President Obama might find common ground with House Republicans should Tuesday's elections go badly. Count me as a pessimist on this front. House Republicans have perceived little reason to compromise on health reform or much else.