Topic: Karen Ignagni
After an uproar, President Obama announced Thursday that health insurers may now extend canceled plans for a year. But the insurance industry is unhappy, and it's not clear what insurers will do.
Seldom, if ever, in US history has the partisan divide on such a big legislative step been so stark. The 60-to-39 Senate health care vote along party lines may make it far more difficult for the Senate to work on issues that lie ahead.
12/24/2009 09:04 am
The House voted 220 to 215 in favor of healthcare reform. But Saturday night’s vote also signals tough negotiations ahead in the next phases of the legislation.
11/08/2009 12:00 am
President Obama struck agreements with insurers, doctors, drug companies, and hospitals to keep them from turning against healthcare reform. What are they?
11/06/2009 12:00 am
The Senate Finance Committee passed its healthcare bill Tuesday along party lines – with the exception of Olympia Snowe's vote. But her comments suggest that the bill will be difficult to pass on the Senate floor.
10/13/2009 01:00 am
09/24/2009 01:00 am