Premature reopening of indoor dining and bars in other U.S. regions has been followed by spread of the virus.
Medicare Extra for All
State Options for Making Wise Investments in the Direct Care Workforce
Excess Administrative Costs Burden the U.S. Health Care System
Comprehensive Reform to Lower Prescription Drug Prices
Meaningful Protection From Surprise Medical Bills
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, schools need additional mental health funding and support that is implemented with a racial equity lens.
A successful COVID-19 vaccination program requires an unprecedented government effort, with tens of thousands of lives, millions of livelihoods, and a normal way of life at stake.
The early lifting of pandemic restrictions strains emergency housing and homelessness efforts and will exacerbate evictions, foreclosures, and the decades-old housing and homelessness crises.
CAP’s Medicare Extra proposal provides an opportunity for the United States to safeguard and improve access to reproductive health care.
Science, not politics, should drive the decision to physically reopen schools.
An administration that cares about improving health care access and affordability should take the following steps to reverse the Trump administration’s sabotage and lower costs in the ACA marketplaces.
As the Trump administration gears up to blame rising coronavirus cases on the protests for racial justice, Americans must recognize that patronizing newly reopened indoor businesses, such as bars and casinos, carries greater risk with less urgency and purpose.
Many people who lose their jobs during the pandemic are relying on the ACA for health insurance.
Emergency Health Coverage for the Unemployed and Uninsured in Response to the Pandemic and Economic Crisis
To guarantee immediate coverage for all of the unemployed, Congress should pass legislation to rapidly enroll them in Medicaid.
Faith communities must safely reopen houses of worship based on evidence—not politics.
The disproportionate devastation COVID-19 is having in Native American communities lays bare the U.S. government’s systemic failure to meet its trust and treaty obligations.
Policies for the COVID-19 reopening must simultaneously protect workers from economic insecurity and from the virus itself.
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau reveal stark inequities in the social, economic, and mental health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
House HEROES Act Reflects Urgency of Ongoing Public Health and Economic Crises Caused by Coronavirus
As states reopen, and the coronavirus continues to stress the U.S. health care system and wreak havoc on the American economy, a stark contrast has emerged between the different paths forward proposed by congressional leaders.