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An All-Out Assault on MedicaidThe Senate health care bill does to Medicaid what Republicans did to welfare in the ’90s.
Arizona Already Tried What the GOP Wants to Do to Medicaid. It Was a Disaster.Several years ago, Arizona froze Medicaid enrollment, as AHCA now proposes. The results were disturbing.
America Is a Tough Place for Older People. The GOP Health Care Plan Will Make It Much Worse.
The Republican Health Care Bill Would Actually Raise Insurance Premiums, Says a New Government Report
Trumpcare TranslatorDonald Trump’s tweets about the AHCA and Congress are indecipherable gibberish.
The Trump Administration Reportedly Tried to Intimidate Insurers Into Supporting Its Turd of a Health Care Bill
The Bill That Gets Worse and WorseThe new health care bill is nothing short of a nightmare.
The “Lump of Coal” EditionListen to Slate’s show about the Georgia congressional race, the Senate health care bill, and a Supreme Court case on gerrymandering.
The Klondike Kickback: How the Senate Health Care Bill Screws Blue States on Medicaid While Sparing Alaska
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Will the Senate Parliamentarian Halt the Republican AHCA?How abortion politics and Mitch McConnell’s love of the filibuster affect the legislation’s chances.
Don’t Lower the Number of People on Medicaid. Make the System More Efficient.Both red and blue states have successfully lowered costs by focusing on improving health outcomes and maximizing efficiency.
Dreaming of a Medicaid NightmareThe health insurance program for poor Americans was never as broken as the GOP said. If the Senate passes its repeal bill, it will be.
School-Based Health Centers Provide Health Care for Rural Americans—but for How Long?The programs expanded under the ACA. The AHCA makes their future less certain.
I Have to Ask
I Have to Ask: The Tom Cole EditionThe Republican congressman on life in Trump’s Washington and how Fox News has changed the Republican Party.
Americans Have Realized They Deserve Health CareHow long until they accept that the only way to guarantee it is through single-payer?
Why Is U.S. Maternal Mortality So High?The main reason is not medical errors. It’s poverty and access to health care.
Thanks to Genetic Testing, Everyone Could Soon Have a Pre-Existing ConditionWhich makes the AHCA’s removal of protections so much more frightening.