Civil society needs to take a stand.
Democrats hope to turn the surging grass-roots energy into political results locally and nationally, while Republicans try to figure out how to respond to voters’ anger.
Republican governors want to reverse what they consider an incentive not to work, but critics say putting employment before health care is backward.
Representative Greg Walden of Oregon, where the Affordable Care Act has been a success, leads a committee that will have a large role in drafting a replacement.
As activists gathered this week for the Conservative Political Action Conference they were still processing what life in the majority means.