We’re in a phase of a familiar cycle.
Trump wants to supersize a program that spent almost a quarter of its funds on overhead.
Millions of Americans are taking care of their beloved elders, many stuck in situations far more agonizing than mine. Some are dealing with dementia, whereby the afflicted can't do anything for themselves.
The 6-3 denial is a big victory for health care rights — for now.
The letter, sent to a Michigan woman seeking a heart transplant, is seen as yet another reason America needs Medicare for All.
From our dining rooms to our break rooms, we need to have down-to-earth conversations that break the myths about health care.
"This is a very bad idea, House Democrats. It makes no sense whatsoever to give Republicans veto power over progressive legislation."
Health care was by far the top issue for voters this year. It doomed the GOP.
Trump falsely claimed he didn't know his own Justice Department was supporting a plot to end pre-existing conditions protections, which would once again let health insurance companies overcharge or deny coverage to sick people.