Republicans attack government healthcare while trying to save Medicare.
How will healthcare reform affect the economy? This week on The Breakdown, Christopher Hayes talks to Ezra Klein to correct the misperceptions.
Former Obama adviser Marshall Ganz wonder why has it taken so long for Obama to settle on the most direct route to legislative victory on healthcare.
By Representative Bart Stupak's logic, the government is "subsidizing abortion" by building roads, developing medicine and providing childcare.
There's still a chance it can be resuscitated.
Obama is billing the summit as a last-ditch attempt to solicit Republican ideas for healthcare reform.
Hayes discusses his support of health care reform in the wake of its nation-wide unpopularity in the polls.
Since 1945, health insurance companies have been allowed to collude to fix prices. Members of Congress will soon vote on whether to reinstate anti-trust provisions for the industry.
Obama's healthcare summit is a delay tactic--it's what happens after, when someone steps up to steer the bill, that counts.
Uninsured Americans have arguably the highest stake in the outcome of the healthcare debate--so why are they absent from the national conversation over its fate?