A win in the U.S. Supreme Court for religiously affiliated nonprofits would decrease women’s access to critical reproductive health care services.
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
Fact Sheet: Affordable Care Act Repeal
House GOP Proposals Would Make Health Coverage Less Secure for All Americans
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Cutting corners by pushing the FDA to approve more drugs on the basis of more limited data will put patients at risk.
Experiences from past mergers show that divestitures most likely will not be a successful remedy in the proposed Aetna-Humana merger.
A proposed merger between Aetna and Humana, two of the country’s largest health insurance companies, likely would increase costs for consumers and taxpayers.
Any rollback of Kentucky’s Medicaid expansion and state health insurance marketplace would be a disaster for Kentucky's health, economy, and state budget.
Creating a new Medicaid benefit for evidence-based home visiting services would simplify funding and allow states and communities to scale services, improve outcomes for families, and produce significant savings for states and the federal government.
Hundreds of laws have been passed to restrict abortion in the past few years that undermine health care providers’ ability to provide—and patients’ right to receive—individualized, quality care. To counter this, legislators in several states are introducing bills that would protect evidence-based medical care and expand abortion access.
Although the Affordable Care Act has enabled millions of young people to access affordable insurance, more needs to be done to support the health and economic security of all Millennials, especially Millennials of color, in the years to come.
Sustainable drug pricing requires paying for drugs based on their benefits to patients.
New census numbers confirm that the ACA is working to expand health care coverage in every state, but millions more Americans could be covered if the states that have not yet expanded Medicaid were to do so.