On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed historic health-care reform legislation into law. A few days later, he signed a second bill containing "fixes" to the original bill.
For more than a year, healthcare was debated vigorously in Congress and across America. While the legislation is now law, some states are challenging its constitutionality.
This page contains many of the Monitor's stories on the health-care issue, debate, and legislation over the last few years, including Peter Grier's groundbreaking series "Healthcare Reform 101."
On Monday, President Obama offered to let states design their own health systems, as long as they meet the overall goals of the national health care reform plan.
The Republican leadership is planning only one day of debate on health care reform repeal, but some House GOP lawmakers insist that the vote is not just a symbol.
Reforms will be rolled out in five phases. We layout what happens when here.
The new healthcare bill expands the federal budget's commitment through 2019, then decreases it for the following decade.
Hoping to better understand the challenges of health care reform in the United States? Here's a reading list.