Republican Health Care Plan To Face First Major Test In House VoteThe Republican health care plan might not have the support necessary to pass in the House, which was scheduled to vote on the legislation Thursday night.
Chicago Med Students Stage ‘Die-In’ Over Republican Health Care PlanAbout 100 people laid on the concrete for the 24 million people that could lose health care under the proposed Republican plan.
The New Provisions Of TrumpcarePresident Trump unveiled the Republican plan to replace Obamacare, but it immediately came under fire from both the left and the right.
Gov. Rauner Concerned About Obamacare ReplacementGov. Bruce Rauner says he has some concerns about the plan outlined by the House Majority to replace the Affordable Care Act.
Trump Rails Against 'Fake News,' Previews His White House AgendaIn his first news conference since July, Trump denied that Russia obtained compromising personal and financial information about him.
More Illinois Residents Sign Up For 'Obamacare' PlansOfficials say more than 68,000 Illinoisans have selected health plans using the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplace, up nearly 1,400 compared to the same time last year.
Durbin: Time For GOP To Show Its Cards On ObamacareWith Republicans about to control the White House and both chambers of commerce, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin said it will be interesting to see what Republicans will do if they follow through with promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
'Affordable' Care Act? Some Obamacare Enrollees Disagree, With Rise In PremiumsThe Obama administration has announced double digit-increases in the Affordable Care Act premiums. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey talks with a Chicago family that depends on the health insurance.
Jobs Cut At Get Covered Illinois Before 3rd Enrollment PushGov. Bruce Rauner's administration has eliminated 15 staff positions from Get Covered Illinois, the state's health insurance exchange, three months ahead of the third annual enrollment period under President Barack Obama's health care law.
Supreme Court Ruling Allows Illinoisans To Keep Obamacare SubsidiesMore than 230,000 Illinois residents could have lost the tax credits that help them pay for coverage if the court had ruled the other way. In Illinois, the average monthly subsidy is $211. Without tax credits, consumers would have seen their premiums increase, on average, by 169 percent.
Supreme Court Fight Over Health Law Affects IllinoisThe U.S. Supreme Court hears a case next week that challenges health insurance subsidies that make coverage more affordable for more than a quarter-million Illinois residents.
Latino Activists Sue Police Over Arrest While Canvassing For ObamacareTwo young Latino men who were arrested last year while passing out information about Obamacare in a white neighborhood have filed a federal lawsuit, accusing police of racial profiling.
Open Enrollment Period For Affordable Care Act BeginsToday is the start of open enrollment for 2015 healthcare coverage under the embattled Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and across Illinois there have been sign-up events where people can get help navigating the system, reports WBBM's Mike Krauser.
What Has The Affordable Care Act Accomplished A Year Later?With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
Clout-Heavy Firm Had Key Job In Illinois' Obamacare RolloutA key subcontractor working on the campaign to promote President Barack Obama's health care law in Illinois is a Chicago political strategy consulting firm owned by three former aides to some of the state's most-powerful Democrats.