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Where does this leave policy proposals like expanding ACA subsidies and creating a public option?
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Politico's Joanne Kenen and University of Michigan law professor Nicholas Bagley break down the case for us.
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This zip code has more poor households than anywhere else in Florida. The coronavirus outbreak has only made it worse.
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How unaffordable must health care become before the country's political stalemate lets through some legislative solutions?
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The American College of Physicians is calling for either a single-payer system or a government-run public option. "This is huge!" according to contributor Trudy Lieberman.
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How the media's relentless focus on potential problems and downsides to any more inclusive health system helps preserve the existing arrangement, which seems to profit everyone but patients.
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Special interests have been lobbying hard and working the airwaves to convince consumers that any Congressional efforts to correct the surprise billing problem may actually harm patients.
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A growing group of small and medium-size businesses have signed on to changing how the nation’s health insurance system works. Here's why they're frustrated.
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“The actual debate won’t be about access — it will be about cost containment for all people,” says Harvard's Robert Blendon, a veteran health care pollster.
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Did the media learn anything from covering previous rounds of health reform during the Clinton and Obama eras? You wouldn't necessarily think so from reading recent coverage, argues Trudy Lieberman.

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