The math does not add up, leading to massive cuts to Medicaid, broad tax increases on the middle class, and much lower tax credits for health insurance.
For the Insurance Lobby, Old Habits Are Hard to Break
Quarantining the Sick in High-Risk Pools Is Not a Replacement for the ACA
Cassidy-Collins ACA ‘Replacement’ Plan Forces States to Choose from 3 Bad Options
Republican ACA Repeal Bill Would Unravel the Market Even Before It Goes into Effect
The Republicans’ Plan for Medicaid: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
The ACA replacement document circulated by House leadership today is a recycled list of unpopular ideas that lacks necessary details—not a real plan.
The Title X Family Planning Program is a cornerstone of ensuring affordable access to women’s health care and must continue to be supported.
Congress and the Trump administration aim to roll back environmental protections while repealing the Affordable Care Act—making Americans sicker while taking away their access to affordable treatment.
This state-by-state map pairs pollution and public health statistics, revealing what is at stake if the Affordable Care Act and environmental regulations are repealed.
The start of the 115th Congress presents an important opportunity to strengthen communities, expand employment, raise wages, and build the infrastructure that will power the U.S. economy in the 21st-century.
President Trump’s tax cuts just for the top 0.1 percent are greater than the cost of cutting millions of seniors, people with disabilities, children, and working families off their health care.
States can use Medicaid funding to finance evidence-based home visiting programs. This checklist outlines key strategies for states to get started.
States have many opportunities to leverage Medicaid to expand home visiting.
The Global Gag Rule is likely to be the first of many Trump administration executive actions aimed at derailing access to women’s health care.
Experts agree: The congressional Republican strategy to repeal now and replace later would cause chaos in insurance markets even before ACA repeal goes into effect.
If congressional Republicans repeal the ACA and defund Planned Parenthood, they put millions of women’s health and economic security at risk.
The job of the health and human services secretary is to fight discrimination in health care—but Rep. Price’s anti-LGBT record suggests that he may exacerbate it instead.
As the opioid epidemic rages, cuts to health care and other social programs would inflict further damage on children, families, and communities.
Faced with President-elect Trump's threat to repeal the Affordable Care Act, women must consider long-term options for contraceptives.