Issue Brief Contrary to conservative arguments, premium rates in the individual marketplace are not expected to increase significantly under the Affordable Care Act next year.
Tony Carrk is the Vice President of Policy and Research at American Progress. Carrk returned to American Progress after two years at the Democratic National Committee, or DNC, where he worked as the director of rapid-response research and was a member of the President Barack Obama’s debate-preparation team during the 2012 presidential election. He served […]
House Republicans are falsely claiming that under their budget Medicare beneficiaries would get health insurance the same way as members of Congress, write Tony Carrk and Nicole Cafarella.
Issue Brief Nicole Cafarella and Tony Carrk debunk many of the myths opponents propagate regarding Massachusetts’s experience with health care reform.
Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget continues the conservative “cause” to eliminate Medicare as we know it, writes Tony Carrk.
Tony Carrk explains why conservative calls to convert federal Medicaid payments into block grants would cripple health care for our neediest citizens while throwing millions of others out of work.
Interactive The Center for American Progress demonstrates why Vinson’s ruling in Florida is wrong or purposively misleading in every section.
Repealing health care reform will cost jobs and increase premiums, administrative costs, and deficits, writes Tony Carrk.