Florida's Medicaid Work Requirements Will Eliminate the Program for the Very Poor
A federal judge struck down work requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky, but Republican state legislatures continue to pursue them around the country.
Viewfinder: House Democrats Ask Why the White House Supports an Effort to End Obamacare
Representative Steven Horsford (D-Nevada) speaks during a news conference on April 9th, 2019, in Washington, D.C.
The ACA Reduced Opioid-Related Deaths Among Young Adults
New research suggests the provision allowing people to stay on their parents' health insurance means more young people are getting treatment.
The Uninsured Rate Is the Highest It's Been Since Obamacare Started. Experts Blame 'Sabotage.'
Surveys show the number of uninsured Americans is increasing for the first time since Obamacare's rollout.
How Medicaid Expansion Boosts Financial Well-Being
A new study found that folks who acquired subsidized health insurance through Obamacare were 25 percent less likely to miss paying their rent or mortgage on time.
How Republicans Can Save Themselves on Health Care
Hint: Start taking credit for your own wins—including the Affordable Care Act.
More Evidence That Health Insurance Really Does Save Lives
Timely new research strengthens the link between coverage and mortality.
What the Senate's Obamacare Replacement Would Mean for Mental-Health Treatment
The Better Care Reconciliation Act would make mental-health care more expensive for many Americans.
What Would Your Marketplace Health Insurance Cost Under the American Health Care Act?
Take our quiz for an estimate of your marketplace premium.
What the House’s New Health-Care Bill Means for Americans With Mental-Health Needs
Some low-income mental-health patients may lose important coverage under the Republican replacement plan to Obamacare.
This Chart Shows What Some States Stand to Lose Under the ACA Replacement Plan
States with high health-care costs could be in for trouble.
How It Feels to Read the Walkercare Plan as a Former Obamacare User
I realized many provisions in Obamacare are made to benefit me and those like me.
Last Week's Supreme Court Rulings Are an Opportunity for Republicans
How Republicans can move past issues that are dangerous to their party.
The Supreme Court Just Saved Obamacare. Here's Why That's Good for Everyone
A massive survey indicates that President Obama’s controversial health care law has been a net gain for Americans.
Are We Talking Enough About the Black Middle Class?
When it comes to racial inequality, most of the political conversation centers on black poverty. But this ignores a segment of black America that has attained some measure of success and is being held back from achieving more.