Health Care

What Happens if the Obamacare Lawsuits Prevail?
July 23, 2014

It might lead to two different health care regimes in America.

Some Insurance Companies Ask Their Customers to Cross the Border for Care
Is the practice going to spread?
July 07, 2014

Is this practice going to spread?

The Supreme Court Would Prefer People With Disabilities Receive Care from Disgruntled, Low-Wage, High-Turnover Workers
June 30, 2014

The Supreme Court just dealt a blow to direct care workers, including the people who help us.

The Hobby Lobby Ruling May Not Be as Bad as It Seems—for Now
June 30, 2014

The federal government may be able to use a workaround to ensure that Hobby Lobby employees still receive free contraceptive coverage.

The Hobby Lobby Case Shows Why Private Companies Shouldn't Provide Insurance. The Government Should.
June 30, 2014

This is what happens when you put responsibility for a public good in the hands of corporations.

Mapping the HIV Crisis in Nine American Cities
June 26, 2014

From Boston to Baton Rouge, you can see exactly where the disease is striking hardest.

Here Is Where You Will Find HIV
Maps are the newest weapon for fighting the epidemic
June 26, 2014

Targeted treatment is the future of care. These maps will help that happen.

Conservatives Are Still Trying to Unskew Obamacare Numbers
The Heritage Foundation's "news" site, The Daily Signal, gets in on the act
June 25, 2014

If you thought Republicans were ready to come to terms with Obamacare reality, think again.

This Is What It Looks Like When an Obamacare Attack Backfires
June 18, 2014

Was that House Republicans criticizing the new health care law? Or Austin Powers?

More Evidence That Obamacare Is Helping
The uninsured rate in Minnesota has plunged 40 percent, according to a new study
June 11, 2014

We've got some new data on how the Affordable Care Act is playing out in one state. The data looks pretty darn good.

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