Rep. Price’s budget process changes would set the stage for automatic cuts to programs for low- and middle-income Americans.
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
States with conservative policy agendas fare worse on a range of family-related indicators than states with progressive policy agendas.
For 40 years, the Hyde Amendment has perpetuated inequality by blocking access to safe, legal abortion for low-income women and women of color on Medicaid.
CAP’s drug pricing framework would empower Medicare and private payers to negotiate effectively for drug prices, backed by binding arbitration.
To achieve economic security, middle-class Americans need policies that promote good jobs; a growing, inclusive economy; and affordable child care, higher education, health care, housing, and retirement.
Declining middle-class economic security is a policy choice. Here is a policy agenda for rebuilding it.
New federal rules and state-by-state Medicaid expansion are making health coverage and health care more accessible for LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness.
Addressing the reproductive health needs of Millennials is key to fighting the Zika virus in the United States.
While Congress has passed the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act to help the rising number of Americans addicted to opioids, it must provide additional funding to fully address the problem.
Even with this landmark Supreme Court victory, many abortion restrictions remain in effect.
Anti-choice politicians who prioritize their personal beliefs over women’s health prevent access to reproductive health services for all women but particularly for low-income women and women of color.
Kentucky Gov. Bevin’s threat to repeal Medicaid expansion if a proposed waiver is not approved is reckless and irresponsible, especially since the waiver would reduce Medicaid enrollment, limit benefits, and raise costs for beneficiaries.
As Medicaid celebrates its 51st birthday, recent and future changes to the program can help ensure that its benefits reach everyone who needs them, including LGBT people and their families.
Medicare spending projections have fallen dramatically since President Obama took office, thanks in part to the Affordable Care Act.
Instead of building a system that works for all, House Republicans’ plan to replace the Affordable Care Act would quarantine sick Americans in separate markets, resulting in higher costs and less coverage.