Why the Trump Administration’s Latest Attack On Obamacare Is a Bad Idea, According to the Trump Administration
Idaho Is Ignoring the Affordable Care Act by Telling Insurers They Can Charge More for Pre-Existing Conditions
Where’s the Outrage Against This Attack on the ACA?The tax bill isn’t just about taxes—it has medical consequences for millions of Americans, and we need to keep fighting it.
Democrats Find a Weapon in the Senate Tax BillThe Republican push for tax reform just got complicated.
Sarah Kliff on the Big QuestionsIs Obamacare bending the cost curve? Would its demise cause more people to die? Sarah Kliff from Vox weighs in.
The Obama Backlash in Two PartsWhite racial resentment and the undoing of the Affordable Care Act.
The Data Are Clear: Access to Contraception Improves Health and Saves MoneyFor every dollar spent on contraception, $7 is saved on health care costs.
Our Bodies, Their ChoiceThe Trump administration just gave religious employers the right to control female workers’ reproductive health.
Kellyanne Conway Is a Partisan Show HorseThat’s exactly why Trump picked her to “fix” the opioid problem—he wants to seem like he’s doing something.
The “She Was Just 17, You Know What I Mean” EditionListen to Slate’s show about Roy Moore, the GOP tax plan, and a potential investigation into the Clinton Foundation.
Same Rules ApplyHow a favorite conservative weapon during the Obama era should be used to block Trump’s contraception mandate rewrite.
Trump Is Trying to Take Credit for the Desperate Bipartisan Effort to Clean Up His Health Care Mess
The Obtuse SaboteurTrump’s plan to kill Obamacare isn’t just reckless—it’s illegal, and likely to fail in the courts.
We Have to Ration Health CareMedicare for all would be a much better plan if it acknowledged that simple reality.
Trump Will Reportedly Cut Vital Obamacare Subsidy, Potentially Throwing Marketplaces into Upheaval
Trump’s Plan to Sabotage Obamacare Could Actually Save ObamacareThe president’s executive order is less likely to undo the law’s protections than it is to entrench them.