Imagine telling a laid off employee they won't have Medicaid to fall back on.
It’s unpopular. It’s expensive. But the donors want it.
60 percent of Americans support single payer health care. So why is the party leadership dragging its feet?
Expanding "corporate citizen" rights into health care could ultimately affect everybody, not just women.
So-called “tax reform” would have the same result as health care repeal: millions lose their care, while millionaires get a tax break.
In its efforts to drastically cut Medicaid, Congress crossed an uncommonly tough group of people.
Americans need more bargaining power against health care corporations. A new bill could give it to them.
Why is health system flailing? Because its guiding ethic is profit, not care.