The president's signature health care law has already had a remarkable impact on health care costs.
California, with the nation's biggest insurance market, continues to lead the nation in preparing for next year's launch of the Affordable Care Act, or "Obamacare."
Republicans in Congress are continuing to try everything possible to obstruct, delay or outright prevent the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, sometimes called Obamacare.
Getting an immigration bill out of the House may be harder than the Senate, mostly because the Republican tea partiers dominate there, and according to media reports, a major stumbling block may be access to health care.
Chicago has become the national spotlight for gun violence, especially affecting African American teenagers and children.
A group of Democratic lawmakers moved quickly yesterday and filed a bill that would give the people of the nation the right to choose a publicly run health insurance plan.
The CCQCC recently won an "open government" award in recognition of the group's fight to open the books on the operation of the OMC.
AFL-CIO Pres. Trumka was not surprised by the findings, which back up the federation's emphasis on the drastic impact the recession - known as the Bush Crash - has had on workers and families.
A big bus emblazoned with the words, "Patients Over Politics" rolled into town during Carolina Fest.