If the Supreme Court strikes down President Barack Obama's health care law, employers and insurance companies — not the government — will be the main drivers of change over the next decade and maybe even longer.
(Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Thursday rejected a Christian university's challenge to President Barack Obama's 2010 healthcare overhaul, which the school said unconstitutionally imposes costly burdens on large employers and infringes religious liberty.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Experts say employers and insurance companies - not the government - will drive health care changes for the next 10 years or more if the Supreme Court strikes down President Barack Obama's overhaul law....
Ahead of President Barack Obama's trip to Boston on Wednesday, former Republican presidential candidate and 2012 Obama opponent Mitt Romney released a statement blasting the President on the troubled rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
Ludicrous Taxifornia Healthcare Proposal
California keeps up its insane attack on businesses of all kinds, this time with a proposal to force small businesses away from money-saving self-insurance plans into the arms of more costly Obama-care plans.
The LA Times writes, California seeks limits on small-business self-insurance trend
U.S. government lawyers must file a legal brief Friday if they want to overturn a Supreme Court injunction that blocks a key element of Obamacare.
Minutes before the law went into effect on Jan. 1, Justice Sonia Sotomayor granted a temporary injunction blocking the Obama administration from requiring an order of Catholic nuns to comply with certain regulations.