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Bernie Sanders Challenges Rivals To Reject Cash From Pharma, Insurance Executives
The Vermont senator’s speech on "Medicare for All" implicitly pushed back against criticism from former Vice President Joe Biden.
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Here's What It’s Like To Live In A Country That Actually Cares About Mothers
American mothers get a raw deal post-birth, leaving many feeling exhausted, anxious and unsupported. These countries show it doesn't have to be that way.
Trump Admin Says Abortion 'Gag Rule' Effective Immediately
By Ricardo Alonso-Zalvidar, AP
The Health and Human Services Department notified clinics it will begin enforcing a ban on abortion referrals and on federal funding for reproductive care.
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Joe Biden Likens 'Medicare For All' To GOP Obamacare Repeal
"I’m surprised that so many Democrats are running on getting rid of it," Biden said of Obamacare.
Republicans Have No Plan If Obamacare Is Struck Down. Some Don’t Think It’s Even Possible.
“It’s my hope and belief that the Supreme Court won’t strike the law down," Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said.
Obamacare Is Going Back On Trial, With Insurance For 20 Million At Stake
The Republican lawsuit hasn't gotten a lot of attention lately, but it should.
Hundreds Turn Out For 9/11 First Responder Luis Alvarez's Funeral
The former police detective recently petitioned Congress for health care funding alongside comedian Jon Stewart.
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9/11 First Responder Who Asked Congress To Extend Victims' Fund Dies
Luis Alvarez appeared alongside Jon Stewart at a congressional hearing earlier this month.
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Donald Trump Throws Twitter Tantrum Over 2020 Debate Consensus On Immigrant Health Care
“That’s the end of that race!” the president raged on his favorite social media platform.
'Medicare For All' Is The New Standard For 2020 Democrats
In 2008, single-payer health care was a fringe idea. Now, its opponents are the ones who have to explain themselves.
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The ER Overcharged Me, So I Gave Them A Taste Of Their Own Medicine
, Guest Writer
"I refuse to waste any more of my time working with corporations to fix their mistakes — or at least, I won’t be doing it for free," the author writes.
Life And Debt: These Twins Need New Hearts And A Whole Lot Of Money
The Roman brothers are in debt from expensive heart procedures, and more huge costs are coming if transplants become available.
Arizona To Revoke Hacienda HealthCare’s License After Maggots Found On Patient
The facility made headlines last year when a severely disabled patient gave birth to a full-term baby after being raped by an employee.
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Democratic Voters Don't Actually Understand 'Medicare For All,' New Report Says
They have some pretty important misconceptions, though the political implications aren't clear.
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Life And Debt: A Paralyzed Child And The GoFundMe Campaign That Launched A Charity
After a car crash severely injured his son, a father realized how fortunate his family still is, which inspired him to help other families that can't afford the excellent medical care his son received.
Trump's Health Policies Are Designed To Hurt The People His Supporters Hate
If you're transgender or an immigrant or just poor, Trump and his most hateful backers don't believe you deserve access to health care.
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I'm Dying Of ALS, And Watching Congress Debate Health Care This Week Gave Me Hope
, Guest Writer
Passing "Medicare for All" would show we truly believe health care is a human right and that we all deserve to live with dignity.
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Legal Challenges Pour In Against Trump's Faith-Based Denial-Of-Care Rule
The lawsuits are targeting a "conscience protections" rule that allows health care workers to refuse medical care and services based on moral or religious beliefs.
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Life And Debt: Two Health Professionals. Two Hurricanes. Two Heart Surgeries.
A physician married to a psychologist got very sick. As expenses mount, these providers are experiencing the woes of American health care from the other side.
Busy Phillips: 'It’s My Body'
Actress Busy Philipps testified on Capitol Hill about abortion rights in light of the passage of strict new abortion legislation in states like Alabama and Missouri.
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California Is Shoring Up Obamacare, Even As Trump Is Sabotaging It
It's not "Medicare for All," but it's relief for some people who need it — and it should be coming soon.
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Life And Debt: Searching For A Million-Dollar Miracle
Two-year-old Maxwell Freed has a rare genetic disorder. His mother needs $1 million to save him.
Life And Debt: Stories From Inside America's GoFundMe Health Care System
Outrageous health care costs and a merciless system are forcing Americans to raise money from strangers, revealing the ugly truths about U.S. health care.
I'm A Health Care Provider Without Commercial Health Insurance. Here's My Story.
, Guest Writer
The irony is not lost on me.
Joe Biden Changes Stance On Federal Abortion Funding
2020 presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden has reversed his stance on the Hyde Amendment, which bans federal funding for abortion.
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Sheryl Crow Opens Up About Strict Anti-Abortion Law
Missouri native Sheryl Crown got personal on the CMT Music Awards red carpet.
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