In a wide-ranging interview, a senior attorney at the state Health Department discusses the national pandemic response, the need to work across the aisle, and lessons learned during a clerkship in Israel.
With the Democrats leading the Senate and House, and Joe Biden installed as president, the Affordable Care Act will be restored and strengthened over the next four years, an expert from the Kaiser Family Foundation predicts.
Millions of Americans without healthcare insurance could be eligible to get coverage for free, or nearly free, through financial assistance offered under the Affordable Care Act. But many who recently lost their employer-based coverage may not be aware of the options available to them.
The states are trying to prove they were harmed by the 2010 health law — and thus have “legal standing” to challenge its constitutionality.
Careful What You Wish For: How Republican Attorneys General’s Attack on the ACA Could Trigger Medicare for All
By MIKE MAGEE Cautionary tales are timeless. Take for example Aesop’s Fables, from 620 BC, which included the advisory, “Be careful what you wish for lest it come true.” Trump and the Republicans who oppose the ACA take heed. You may be inadvertently taking the… Read More »Careful What You Wish For: How Republican Attorneys General’s Attack on the ACA Could Trigger Medicare for All
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