Public Policy - Diverse Health

Doctors Running on Democratic Ticket Talk Health Care

by Shefali Luthra | August 27, 2018
Rob Davidson, an emergency physician from western Michigan, had never considered running for Co [...] Read more
Immigrants Forego Benefits for Fear of Penalties

Immigrants Forego Benefits for Fear of Penalties

by Nina Shapiro | August 20, 2018
A hotel housekeeper with a working adult son, Hudith received food stamps that weren’t worth [...] Read more

Texas Board Approves New Medical School

by Shannon Najmabadi | August 20, 2018
Sam Houston State University’s pitch to open a medical school in Conroe — a program sch [...] Read more
Insurer Sues Administration Over Obamacare Payments

Insurer Sues Administration Over Obamacare Payments

by Kimberly Leonard | August 15, 2018
A small New Mexico health insurer is suing the Trump administration for restarting an Obamacare [...] Read more

N.C. Couple Joins Cities in Suit Over ACA

by Ruth Serven Smith | August 06, 2018
Two Charlottesville residents are suing President Donald Trump, alleging sabotage of the Afford [...] Read more

House Votes to Delay Obamacare Insurance Tax

by Ken Alltucker | July 30, 2018
The House of Representatives voted Wednesday on bills to delay an Affordable Care Act tax and a [...] Read more

Top Administrator Slams ‘Medicare For All’

by Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | July 30, 2018
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration’s Medicare chief slammed Sen. Bernie Sanders̵ [...] Read more

Trump Opens Insurance Options to Small Business

by Lydia Coutre | July 25, 2018
Thanks to a new federal rule, small businesses could find it easier to band together to buy hea [...] Read more