Medicare For All
Medicare for All Might Require Student Debt Relief to Work
High doctor pay keeps American health-care costs high. Without debt relief, it will be hard to get doctors on board for lower pay.
The Sanders/Jayapal Medicare-for-All Plans Now Include Supports for Disabilities
Mainstream M4A proposals just got a lot more inclusive.
Why Expanding Health-Care Access Must Include Immigrants
Public health means keeping everyone healthy—as a moral matter, and a practical one.
Could Medicaid for All Work as a Path to Universal Coverage?
A new study suggests that states already have broad legal authority to expand Medicaid access.
Criminal Justice, Climate Change, and Medicare for All: A Reading List on Some of Cory Booker's Key Issues
The New Jersey senator officially entered the 2020 presidential race on Friday, February 1st, joining a growing field of Democratic contenders.
How the Private Health-Care Industry Is Working to Kill Medicare for All
Americans across the political spectrum are longing for change in health care but are worried about what changes might mean.
Can a New Generation of Med Students Help Push Medicare for All?
Inside the growing activist energy among current and recent med students.
Why Austin's Paid Sick Leave Ordinance Is a Victory for Reproductive Rights
The legislation stands to benefit Texan women who have to jump through multiple bureaucratic hoops to obtain abortions.
Medicare for All Would Be Difficult to Implement. It Would Also Be Difficult to Dismantle.
For anyone sincerely concerned about the potential havoc Republicans could unleash on the Affordable Care Act, it's worth noting that its brittle framework helps facilitate such partisan manipulation in the first place.