Health Care Law
Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker’s plan for replacing President Barack Obama’s health care law would extend refundable tax credits to help pay for private health insurance based on age instead of income, restructure Medicaid and allow people to shop for insurance across state lines.
Republican Senate candidate Mike McFadden said Friday he wants to repeal and replace the new federal healthcare law known as Obamacare. McFadden outlined his plan Friday at a State Capitol press conference. But McFadden’s Democratic opponent Al Franken says it would make healthcare worse.
Just six days before its launch, the state says all systems are a go for Minnesota’s new health insurance program: MNsure.
Some 9,000 Minnesotans could be in line for health insurance rebate checks now going out as part of the new federal health care law.
It isn’t every day that more than half the Democrats in the U.S. Senate vote to repeal part of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
The Supreme Court has upheld the individual insurance requirement at the heart of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
Gov. Mark Dayton slammed Minnesota Republicans Monday for refusing to participate in a Health Care Task Force because they oppose the new federal health care law.
Gov. Mark Dayton and Sen. Al Franken headlined an event Friday morning marking the one-year anniversary of federal health care overhaul.
Gov. Mark Dayton’s top health adviser is joining Sen. Al Franken and U.S. Reps. Betty McCollum and Keith Ellison to praise the federal health care overhaul on its one-year anniversary.
A Senate health care panel takes a look Monday at a bill that would bar Minnesota from participating in the federal health care overhaul.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann sniped at one another Monday over Dayton’s decision to extend Medicaid eligibility to almost 100,000 low-income residents.