LZ Granderson, S.E. Cupp, Penny Lee and Mercedes Schlapp on the Obamacare fight and Jonathan Gruber's 'stupid' comments.
By CNN's Deena Zaru
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that for-profit corporations can be exempt from providing certain contraceptives to their employees if providing coverage for those products conflicts with the corporation’s religious beliefs.
The Court's opinion affirmed the principle that corporations are people and therefore like people, have constitutionally protected religious liberty.
The 5-4 decision against Obama’s contraceptive mandate not only presents legal obstacles for the mandate but also sets a significant precedent when it comes to the court’s understanding of religious freedom.
A new CNN/ORC poll shows 61% don't want to repeal Obamacare, but Rick Santorum tells Candy Crowley Obamacare "isn't working" and it is still a problem for the country and working men and women.
To run or not to run on ObamaCare – that is the question for Democrats. S.E. Cupp, LZ Granderson and Matt Bai on some Democrats embracing ACA.
By Susan Garraty [twitter-follow screen_name='SusanGarraty']
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is feeling pumped up about the seven million plus Americans that the White House says signed up for the Affordable Care Act. She slammed former Obama White House spokesman Robert Gibbs’ questioning of whether the employer mandate will survive any tweaks in the ACA’s final implementation.
“I don't know who his clients are or what his perspective is,” Pelosi says about Gibbs in an exclusive interview with Candy Crowley.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) celebrates the Affordable Care Act (ACA) enrollment hitting 7 million. Pelosi says Democrats who have distanced themselves from the ACA are few but that the majority of democrats are proud of what they have accomplished.
Candy Crowley talks to former Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton, former Romney campaign senior adviser Kevin Madden and the Associated Press' White House reporter Darlene Superville about the politics of Obamacare and how they will impact 2014.
By CNN's Deena Zaru
The oral arguments regarding Hobby Lobby vs. Sebelius commence in the Supreme Court on Tuesday. In this case the contraception coverage mandate in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will be debated, specifically as it applies to for-profit corporations.
The mandate requires businesses of a certain size to provide contraception coverage for their employees. Nearly 50 businesses, many of them Catholic, have sued, and some have protested the coverage of any form of birth control.
However, in the case currently before the Supreme Court, brought on by the Oklahoma-based arts and crafts chain Hobby Lobby Stores Inc., and an identical case brought on by Pennsylvania-based Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp., only certain contraceptives are disputed.
On the 4th anniversary of Obamacare, taking a look at its short term progress and where it's headed next.
Former Florida governor Charlie Crist, a Republican turned Democrat, wants his old job back and isn't afraid to embrace Obama or Obamacare to get there.