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Study: Majority of U.S. Physician Donations Go To Dems

April 29, 2015


A study finds that 55% of physicians who made an election contribution in the 2013-2014 cycle donated to Democrats while 45% donated to Republicans.

Democrats Fear Repeat of 2010 Midterm Election Amid Concerns Over ACA Implementation

May 1, 2013


Several congressional Democrats in recent weeks have expressed concern that the challenges facing the implementation of the Affordable Care Act could negatively affect their prospects in the 2014 midterm elections.

Senate Candidate Mourdock's Rape, Abortion Remarks Escalate Tension Over Women's Issues

October 25, 2012


Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock's (R) recent statement that pregnancy resulting from rape can be "something that God intended to happen" is providing new fuel in the debate over women's health issues in the presidential race.

Romney Would Face Challenges Repealing ACA; Supporters Concerned About Law's Future

October 25, 2012


If elected, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney would face a number of challenges to fulfilling his pledge to fully repeal the Affordable Care Act, but he still would have ways to obstruct the law.

Obama Says Romney Suffers From 'Romnesia,' 'ObamaCare' Can Help

October 22, 2012


During a campaign rally in northern Virginia on Friday, President Obama criticized Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's recent efforts to appeal to women and moderate voters, saying his opponent is suffering from "Romnesia."

Democrats Use Obscure ACA Provision To Criticize GOP Opponents

October 19, 2012


Democratic candidates in several House races are taking advantage of a "little-noticed" provision in the Affordable Care Act -- which requires all congressional members to obtain health coverage through the health insurance exchanges -- against their GOP opponents who voted to repeal the law.

Obama, Romney Campaigns Seek To Draw Women Voters

October 18, 2012


With about three weeks before Election Day, President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Wednesday stepped up their criticism about the other's positions on women's health issues. The efforts are part of each campaign's renewed attempts to secure the support of more women, who campaign officials say make up the majority of undecided voters in swing states.

Health Care, Other Related Policy Issues Receive Scant Mentions in Second Presidential Debate

October 17, 2012


Health care-related issues, such as the Affordable Care Act and Medicare, were barely mentioned during the second presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York on Tuesday, with President Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, focusing heavily on other domestic issues.

Biden, Ryan Discuss Medicare During Vice Presidential Debate

October 12, 2012


Medicare was a focal point of the vice presidential debate on Thursday, as Vice President Biden and House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) criticized each other's plans for the program.

Romney Defends ACA Repeal, Says Lack of Insurance Does Not Cause U.S. Residents To Die

October 12, 2012


Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday defended his plan to overhaul the U.S. health system and downplayed the effect it would have on U.S. residents who would remain uninsured.

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