Critics keep talking about the 4.8 million people who "lost" insurance. Sounds like most of those people ended up with new coverage.
The uninsured aren't the only ones who benefit. The underinsured do too.
Let's see if Fox News covers this one
Yes, it's time for another "chill out" post about the health care law.
Implementing this plan now would probably mean taking away coverage from a lot of people who just got it.
A Republican attack backfires, but Democrats should be careful about celebrating too much.
Attention, critics: February has 28 days.
Apparently the critics didn't look at the calendar: February has 28 days. Factor that in and the daily total actually rose.
Republicans continue to insist the Affordable Care Act is an insurance company "bailout." It's not—and here's one more reason why.
Now that Healthcare.gov is working, those projections for private plan enrollment don't look so crazy.
A tantilizing, but very ambiguous, sign that the Affordable Care Act is starting to work
The right has a new attack on the Affordable Care Act. It's as cynical and misleading as the old ones.