Here's How Trump Could Sabotage Obamacare
Should the Trump Administration do whatever it can to make Obamacare work? Or should it sabotage the law in an effort to force Democrats to the bargaining table?
HIV is a Health Condition — Not a Crime
Despite consensus that criminalizing HIV has little public health effect, is not supported by scientific knowledge of transmission risks, and may violate the Americans with Disabilities, states are still enforcing laws against people living with HIV.
Obamacare As Superstatute
The Affordable Care Act has wrought a normative transformation in American views on healthcare and public policy
Waivers Are Dead, Long Live Waivers
The new skinny repeal bill contains an unwelcome surprise: a waiver provision that may provide a backdoor way for states to undo some of the ACA’s most significant protections.
Disability Advocates Challenge Medicaid Cuts
Hundreds of people in wheelchairs, with walkers, and using ventilators protested in Senators’ offices and RNC offices across the country. Many traveled far from their homes, suffered blazing temperatures, and were denied access to bathrooms and elevators, to make their voices heard. And Senators and RNC staff refused to meet them, had them forcibly ejected, and called police to arrest them.