The 2014 midterm elections will act as a referendum on Obamacare, regardless of what happens in the next budget showdown in January, says Rep. Greg Walden, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Senate Democrats have proposed closing over a dozen tax 'loopholes' as part of a budget package. Gleckman examines how closing these 'loopholes' could be beneficial to the budget but why it's unlikely to happen.
The Obamacare website won't likely be fixed by the end of November as President Obama promised, according a new report. If true, the consequences might be more political than practical.
The Obamacare goal for October was 500,000 enrollees, but only about 40,000 people reportedly signed up for health insurance through the 36 exchanges run by the federal government.