The prochoice movement stops playing nice in the fight for healthcare reform.
The House's healthcare reform bill is a first draft of history; as with most first drafts, it has its share of flaws.
Prochoicers have been taking one for the team for too long now. Enough already.
Since the president took office, his administration has yielded one surrender after another.
Nation editor Christopher Hayes is "infuriated" by the last-minute add-on that prohibits coverage for abortion in the House health plan.
Nation editor Katrina vanden Heuvel appears on Morning Joe to weigh in on the House's Saturday evening healthcare vote.
The final House health reform bill has a public option all right, but not the robust version progressives were hoping for.
Another complication in healthcare reform legislation has emerged: so far, it fails to require insurers to cover basic preventive services for women, including contraception.
Progressives rejoiced when Sen. Harry Reid announced that the Senate healthcare bill would include a public option. But the jubilation was short-lived.