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Health insurance news and analysis from The Nation
November 29, 2022
A Tale of Two Campaigns in Pennsylvania
The Shapiro and Fetterman victories show there’s more than one way to win as a Democrat.
November 28, 2022
When It Comes to Endometriosis, “Doing Your Own Research” Might Actually Be Necessary
The health care system often neglects women and people with uteruses. For those who suffer from invisible diseases, informing oneself can be life-saving work.
Kate Shannon Jenkins
October 12, 2022
The American Socialism That Might Have Been
Despite their minority status, the Socialists had been a significant force in American politics before patriotic war hysteria brought on an era of repression.
September 9, 2022
Ending Free Covid Tests, US Policy Is Now “You Do You”
The Biden administration’s “soft closing” to the pandemic means a hard landing for the un- and underinsured.
Anne N. Sosin
July 22, 2022
Democrats Are Fumbling Their Chance to Make Insulin More Affordable
Removing insulin provisions from the reconciliation bill is a harmful and pointless mistake that only benefits corporations.
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June 1, 2022
The Injustices Endured by Native American Youths Continue to This Day
Countless Native American young people are being robbed of their chance to live safe and fulfilling lives.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
May 12, 2022
The Blind Spot in Medicare for All
If we adopt a single-payer structure without remaking the bureaucracy, we will perpetuate the perversity at the core of our medical system.
April 22, 2022
Covid Is Still Disproportionately Killing Low-Income People
Though a virus may not be able to discriminate, our society has in fact discriminated in the most virulent ways.
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis
March 31, 2022
Medicare for All Is Not Enough
Communities, not corporations, should own our most vital health care assets.
David U. Himmelstein
January 10, 2022
The Front Lines of Omicron
With the pandemic returning to a state of emergency, we need to finally fix what was already broken in our society.