El juez conservador John Roberts usó un razonamiento de impuestos en su defensa de la constitucionalidad del mandato individual – y la ley en su totalidad – la semana pasada. Pero Roberts hacía un argumento técnico y usaba la palabra "impuesto" en una manera que sólo tiene sentido en un contexto jurídico arcano.
Emilie Openchowski explains why the Affordable Care Act complements and enhances Medicare by encouraging higher-quality, lower-cost care for seniors.
An infographic from Maura Calsyn and Seth Hanlon shows how the Affordable Care Act is, in effect, a major tax cut for the middle class.
Interactive Maura Calsyn and Emily Oshima show that the Supreme Court's ruling means those most in need may not be able to gain insurance through Medicaid.
Gadi Dechter argues that the health reform law’s individual mandate penalty is a fine on freeloaders, and no more a tax on the middle class than littering fines are taxes on picnickers.
Deanna Parrish explains how the Affordable Care Act is beneficial to youth of color.
Giselle Childs details the top five benefits of the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act for all Americans.
Jessica Arons outlines how the Court’s ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act is beneficial for women.
An infographic by Progress 2050 shows how people of color have benefited significantly from the Affordable Care Act.
Emilie Openchowski explains the top three reasons why the Supreme Court shouldn’t strike down the Affordable Care Act.
Issue Brief Kellan Baker explains why the gay and transgender community should care about the pending Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act.
Report Tackling excessive health care administrative costs will reduce health care costs and improve the quality of care for all Americans, write Elizabeth Wikler, Peter Basch, and David Cutler.
Elizabeth Wikler, Peter Basch, and David Cutler summarize three ways of reducing health care administrative costs.
The latest Kaiser Health Tracking poll shows the public wants to keep the Affordable Care Act as is or expand it instead of repealing it, writes Ruy Teixeira.