Liberals like Michael Moore think Obamacare is awful. They're kinda right. But the law may turn out to be a Trojan Horse for a better system
How to improve a dreary debate
Last year's debate was dreary. This year's doesn't have to be.
Eight predictions for what lies ahead
Almost 1 million people enrolled at healthcare.gov in the last few weeks. Here's what that tells us—and what it doesn't.
Good news: There's extra day to sign up. Bad news: It shows just how hard this is.
If you liked your old skimpy health plan, you may not be able to keep it. But now you can get a new, somewhat skimpy health plan instead, at least for a little while.
The good news is, they're preparing now.
Republicans and their supporters continue to fuss about the limited physician choice and relatively high deductibles that shoppers on the new Obamacare marketplaces are finding. Those of us who follow health policy continue to be amazed and exasperated at this spectacle, because Republicans have spent years arguing that this is what health insurance should look like.
One real problem with Obamacare.