Vaccinations can help the U.S. workforce and economy recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal agencies have the opportunity to advance racial equity and narrow the racial wealth gap through executive actions.
Bulk purchasing of prescription drugs would allow federal and state governments to better respond to epidemics—including opioid addiction and HIV/AIDS—and pandemics such as COVID-19.
Federal and state policymakers must act to lower health insurance churn rates, improve continuity of care, and limit coverage gaps.
The American Rescue Plan expands health coverage and affordability for millions of people as the country climbs out of the coronavirus crisis.
The pandemic has strained small, independent providers in areas already suffering from care shortages.
The pandemic has ravaged many rural communities, and the repeal of the Affordable Care Act would only further these harms.
Low-income residents in nonexpansion states face limited options for health coverage.
President Trump’s embrace of a herd immunity strategy, push to repeal the ACA, and broken health care promises put seniors’ health at risk.
Paid family and medical leave is a disability rights issue and helps provide people with disabilities the economic security they need to manage their health, care for loved ones, or receive care from their family.
President Trump’s recent executive order is nothing but a distraction from his record of inaction on lowering drug prices.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act would lead to chaos, risk, and harm for the disability community.
A repeal of the Affordable Care Act through the courts would be a massive transfer of money from low- and moderate-income Americans to high-income Americans.
The next president will have several tools at his disposal to reduce the prices of drugs without having to wait for congressional action.
The Trump administration failed to deliver on its promise to make child care more affordable.