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Lawmakers in Alabama and some other Southern states are reconsidering their opposition in light of strong public support.
Throughout her time in office, Haley repeatedly advocated for the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act.
An estimated half of the people living in the U.S. without authorization are uninsured.
Trump’s vow to replace Obamacare comes at a time when the health law is more popular and widely used than ever.
Millions of Americans are not poor enough to qualify for Medicaid, but they can’t afford to hire someone privately.
Low-income families that need safety-net services have become collateral damage in the bureaucratic scramble.
DeSantis talks often of his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic even as the issue has largely disappeared from the public’s radar.
States have reviewed the eligibility of more than 28 million people and terminated coverage for over 10 million of them.
Experts recommend all Affordable Care Act policyholders look at next year’s options because prices and networks may have changed.
A confluence of problems are still preventing parents from making sure their children are protected.
Medicaid and CHIP, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, covered 47% of children and 18% of adults in small towns and rural areas.
Shutdown could affect NIH, CDC, community health centers and HIV/AIDS programs, but Medicare and Medicaid payments won’t stop immediately.
A boost in protection is needed to offset the persistent disparities in the toll of COVID between racial and ethnic groups.
Proposal would require all facilities to increase staffing up to certain minimum levels, but it includes no money for new hires.
Who should get flu, COVID and RSV vaccines—and when?
The GOP candidates also sparred over COVID policies at their first debate.
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