Why Is the U.S. Electorate So White? Because Our Voting System Is Broken. Here's How to Fix It.
December 23, 2014
How to make our representative democracy more representative.
"Fangate" Wasn't Even the Dumbest Part of the Crist-Scott Debate
October 16, 2014
It was Gov. Rick Scott's answer about climate change.
Rick Scott, Meet the Politics of Climate Change
August 05, 2014
Florida Governor Rick Scott, once a proud climate denier, is now reluctant to talk about it. What changed?
How Much Is Obamacare Raising Your Insurance Rate? Depends on Which State You Live In.
August 04, 2014
The critics were sure premiums would skyrocket next year. Looks like the critics were wrong. Again.
I'm a Doctor. Here's Why I'll Ask You About Guns.
July 30, 2014
A federal court upheld a Florida law prohibiting physicians from asking about gun ownership. That's nuts.
QEDaily: The Bottom Line on Global Warming
June 24, 2014
Climate change is bad for business. Will corporate America finally do something about it?
The states that need the most help aren't getting it, thanks to conservatives and their friends at the Supreme Court.
If you’ve followed the stories of insurance cancellations related to Obamacare, you may have heard about Dianne Barrette. She’s the 57-year-old Florida realtor who was paying $54 a month for a Blue Cross insurance plan.
It's Back: Florida or Russia? Part Deux
October 04, 2013
It's been a rough week, America. So to at least to give you one chuckle this week, we bring back our series: Florida or Russia? Okay, first one's easy: On September 13, a young man on a motorcycle took a ride around a subway platform.
Obamacare took a big step forward on Tuesday night, when the Michigan Senate approved an expansion of the state’s Medicaid program. The state House is likely to back the same measure, as early as next week.