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Conservatives Are Already Planning for the Supreme Court to Nuke Obamacare Subsidies
July 30, 2014

Halbig Truthers are trying to rig the debate, so that Republicans don’t suffer any consequences for not fixing the Obamacare error.

Why Are Conservative Health Journalists Covering for Halbig Truthers?
July 29, 2014

Conservative health writers are repudiating their own reporting to back this ridiculous Obamacare lawsuit argument.

One More Clue that the Obamacare Lawsuits Are Wrong
A 2010 email offers a window into what Congress was thinking at the time
July 28, 2014

Here's what a key House staffer thought in 2010, while Congress was still writing the Affordable Care Act.

Jonathan Gruber: 'It Was Just a Mistake'
An Obamacare architect explains a 2012 quote that's fueling critics
July 25, 2014

In 2012, MIT economist Jonathan Gruber said the same thing the law's critics now allege in a lawsuit. What gives? "I misspoke," he says.

Did Congress Intend to Sabotage Obamacare? Just Ask Scott Brown.
July 23, 2014

Here's proof that conservatives are badly mistaken or lying when they say Congress meant to sabotage Obamacare.

Don’t Expect Conservative Media to Cover This New Obamacare Poll
March 10, 2014

A hint of good news about the Affordable Care Act. Let's see who notices.

We Don't Know if Obamacare Is Working Well. But We Know It's Working.
December 29, 2013

Almost 1 million people enrolled at healthcare.gov in the last few weeks. Here's what that tells us—and what it doesn't.

The Obamacare Exchange Will Stay Open Today. Here's Why
December 23, 2013

Good news: There's extra day to sign up. Bad news: It shows just how hard this is. 

Republicans Are Right: Obamacare Is Redistribution
But here's how it really works
December 09, 2013

Republicans and their allies are making a lot of different arguments about what Obamacare is doing to America. It’s hiking premiums! It’s making people lose their doctors! It’s destroying Medicare!

Healthcare.gov Is Not Amazon.com. Should We Care?
December 04, 2013

Everybody agrees that healthcare.gov is working much better than before. Everybody also agrees that it’s not working as well as it should. So what’s a fair way to evaluate its progress? One way is to compare its performance to commercial websites.

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