Live Blog: 'Obamacare' Challenged at the Supreme Court

On August 21, 2009, while the Congress was in the heat of the debate over the health care reform bill that would eventually become the Affordable Care Act, Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) stood on the House floor and told a terrifying story of America's

The issue has been prominent on the campaign trail: last week the Obama administration decided to embrace the term "Obamacare", a phrase often used pejoratively by the president's challengers. Rick Santorum took a swing at Mitt Romney on Sunday,

The law known as “ObamaCare.” Main Street's response? Take the government to court and protect individual liberty. Congress used every political trick in the book to ram through the health care bill in 2010. Peddled as health-insurance reform—a law

The Supreme Court begins a marathon three days of arguments on the health reform law, more commonly known as the “Affordable Care Act” or “Obamacare.” See all of ABC's previous health reform coverage at this special “Obamacare Challenged” page and

David Plouffe – on This Week / ABC – referred to the national healthcare as “Obamacare.” I have deliberately refrained from using that term since I suspected it was being []