Only a sliver of people will lose coverage because of the Affordable Care Act.
A new CNN poll suggests that voters would rally behind a proposal to make Uncle Sam their health insurer.
It's all about 2016, whoever gets hurt on the way there -- most certainly including his fellow Republicans
Opposing the Affordable Care Act is perfectly reasonable; attempting to undermine it is another story.
Caution is reasonable, but most of the news in health care these days has been pretty good
The latest findings are unlikely to predict how people will feel about programs once they are implemented
Rather than work to correct flaws in the health-care law, GOP members hold to the idea of repealing the whole thing.
A new study does not undercut the case for Medicaid expansion, as some conservatives are claiming.
The dangers are enhanced by the fact that Republicans are still looking for ways to undermine and derail the law.
Gov. Chris Christie's decision is another big step toward universal coverage.