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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.

Finally, We're Getting the Real Story on Obamacare Rate Shock
June 19, 2014

Does the Affordable Care Act create more losers than winners? Survey says ... "no"

Obamacare Is Getting the Benghazi Treatment, Courtesy of House Republicans
April 30, 2014

And why not? They know people will keep citing their reports, no matter how wrong they turn out to be.

John Boehner's Hypocritical Griping About the Obamacare Deadline Delay
Conservatives' real beef: That people want to sign up
March 26, 2014

What he's really mad about: People actually want to sign up.

Obamacare Enrollment Didn't Slow Down in February
Attention, critics: February has 28 days.
March 12, 2014

Apparently the critics didn't look at the calendar: February has 28 days. Factor that in and the daily total actually rose.

Obamacare Enrollment Now Up to 4 Million
March 11, 2014

Amazing what happens once you get a website to work.

One More, Very Small Hint of Obamacare Progress
February 12, 2014

The data is murky, but it sounds a lot more like success than failure.

The Huge Obamacare Story You Aren't Reading
November 10, 2013

Today it’s a few hundred thousand people. By next year, it will be at least a few million. Their health insurance status is changing dramatically: What they have in 2014 and beyond will look nothing like what they had in 2013 and before.

Two Key Facts That Are Overlooked in the Obamacare Debate
November 04, 2013

Here are two facts that have gotten very little attention amid all the controversy about insurance plan cancellations and “rate shock.”Fact one: Thanks to Obamacare’ subsidies, several million people now have the opportunity to get private insurance