Will remain-in-Mexico policy remain under Biden? Supreme Court to decide

Posted Apr 22, 2022, 1:11 pm Kelsey Reichman Courthouse News Service Next Tuesday, in a contentious battle that could have big implications for administrative law, the Supreme Court will hear arguments about the Biden administration’s stumbling efforts to shape its own immigration policies. When President Joe Biden was elected, immigration advocates breathed a sigh of … Read more

Biden administration corners itself on border policy

The Biden administration has painted itself into a corner on border policy, whittling its options down to either re-implementing Trump-era asylum restrictions unpopular with immigrant advocates, or moving forward with a plan to lift those restrictions against the wishes of its most vulnerable Senate allies Many vulnerable Senate Democrats are openly criticizing the administration for … Read more

Biden considers delaying pandemic border policy repair

President Biden’s inner circle has been discussing delaying the repeal of Title 42 border restrictions, now set to end May 23, according to a source with direct knowledge of the internal discussion. Why it matters: The White House is looking for ways to buy time to avoid a massive influx of migrants that would add … Read more

Kevin Hern passes on a run for open US Senate seat | News

Editor’s note: Catching up with Congress is an occasional Frontier series tracking Oklahoma’s congressional delegation. US Rep. Kevin Hern filed Wednesday to run for a third term, passing on an opportunity to compete for Oklahoma’s rare open US Senate seat. Many had expected Hern to run to replace retiring US Sen. Jim Inhofe. But after … Read more

Uninsured face testing, hospital bills after pandemic aid runs out

Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra testifies before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing to discuss reopening schools during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, September 30, 2021. Shawn Thew | pool | Reuters People who don’t have health insurance are now being charged $100 or … Read more

Editorial by the Mankato (Minnesota) Free Press | Health insurance law big success | editorial

The biggest success after 12 years of the Affordable Care Act may be in what American leaders said to the American people: you have a right to affordable health care. Those who are able to work and earn income still don’t get anything free. But at least now families don’t have to choose between mom’s … Read more

Obama, Biden Team Up To Bolster Obamacare On Health Law’s 12th Anniversary

WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 05: Former President Barack Obama (L) and US President Joe Biden shake … [+] hands during an event to mark the 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act in the East Room of the White House on April 05, 2022 in Washington, DC. With then-Vice President Joe Biden by his side, … Read more

White House Reunion to Celebrate Health Law, Propose Tweaks – NBC10 Philadelphia

The last time President Barack Obama was in the White House was on Jan. 20, 2017, when he left to escort his successor — bent on overturning “Obamacare” — to the US Capitol to be inaugurated. Obama returns to the White House on Tuesday for a moment he can savor: His signature Affordable Care Act … Read more

Health Care — Biden presses Congress on COVID funding

Welcome to Wednesday’s Overnight Health Care, where we’re following the latest moves on policy and news affecting your health. Subscribe here and view the full edition here. Bruce Willis’ family announced today he is “stepping away” from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia, a condition that affects a person’s ability to communicate. Today we’ll look … Read more

Biden honors Transgender Day of Visibility: “Your President sees you”

President Biden issued a statement Wednesday to mark March 31 as the Transgender Day of Visibility and “recognize the resilience, strength, and joy of transgender, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming people.” The big picture: The proclamation comes as conservative states continue to introduce and pass new anti-trans legislation, with dozens of bills targeting trans youth. 2021 … Read more