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September 21, 2021
As the Pandemic Continues, College Students Return to a Different Campus
Young people from across the country weigh in on how Covid is impacting their college experience.
August 11, 2021
The Choice to Vaccinate Has Never Been Free
To increase vaccination rates, then, America doesn’t just need free Covid vaccines—we need free health care.
August 2, 2021
Graduate Workers at UT Austin Are Undervalued, Underpaid, and Demanding Answers
After a year of precarious pandemic protocols, the health of grad workers is now at risk.
June 18, 2021
Republicans Tried to Kill the ACA—Instead It Got Stronger
While not a complete victory, the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act places it on its firmest legal ground yet.
April 2, 2021
As Private Equity Comes to Dominate Autism Services…
It’s time to ask ourselves how long we want to keep rewarding bad behavior.
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February 26, 2021
Why Xavier Becerra Is a Smart Pick to Run HHS
As California’s attorney general, he fought to strengthen his state’s social safety net—which we must do nationally if we are to improve public health and lick the coronavirus.
February 8, 2021
First, Nurses Saved Our Lives—Now They’re Saving Our Health Care
Throughout the pandemic, nurses have been at the forefront of the fight not only to treat the sick but also to fix our ailing medical system.
October 23, 2020
Opportunity Knocks: Canvassing in the Time of Covid
While Democrats abandoned in-person door knocking because of the pandemic, Republicans never stopped. Democrats have finally decided to end their unilateral disarmament.
October 21, 2020
We Can’t See Young Progressive Voters as a Monolith
Young people have diverse, complex demands for the future—and we should be taking them seriously.
August 5, 2020
As Covid Slams Us, Elders Want Solidarity, Not Sentiment—or Blame
No generation has a monopoly on justice, or responsibility.