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Medicaid news and analysis from The Nation
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The Senate Health-Care Bill Is Morally Indefensible
The bill makes an equivalence between affording care and deserving care.
June 22, 2017
The Senate GOP Isn’t Fixing Health Care. It’s Waging Class War.
A draft bill released Thursday offers tax cuts to the rich at the expense of the poor and the elderly.
June 12, 2017
We Need Everyone to Fight for Our Health Care
The senate could vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act this month.
May 24, 2017
Donald Trump to Hungry Seniors: Drop Dead
Some 10 million elders are threatened by hunger—but the president’s budget would slash desperately needed funding for food programs.
April 27, 2017
Single-Payer ‘Medicare for All’ Is the Only Health-Care System That Makes Sense
Bernie Sanders and the nurses are right: America needs a “Medicare for All” health-care system. And the change can begin in California.
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April 20, 2017
Trump’s ‘Extreme’ Budget Is Just Paul Ryan’s Old Bad Plan With a Comb-Over
Ryan avoided naming the popular programs that both politicians would cut.
March 31, 2017
A Cruel New Bill Is About to Become Law in Mississippi
Legislation passed this week would enrich a private contractor while throwing people off public assistance.
March 10, 2017
The GOP’s Health-Care Plan Could Strip Addiction and Mental-Health Coverage From 1.3 Million
Republicans aren’t just gunning for Obamacare—they’re trying to radically alter Medicaid.
March 7, 2017
The Republican Health-Care Bill Is the Worst of So Many Worlds
This attempt to repeal Obamacare fails on every score—except cutting rich people’s taxes.
February 24, 2017
Another Republican Lawmaker Just Faced Hundreds of Angry Constituents
Senator Bill Cassidy endured jeers, boos, and tough questions during town halls in Louisiana this week.