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People whose maternal care depends on federal dollars can’t get abortions under the Hyde Amendment. What will the end of Roe hold for them?
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State data show a record number of people experiencing a mental health crisis are waiting in jails for beds in state hospitals that don’t have enough staff to operate at capacity.
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For undocumented immigrants like Ericka Rosas Aranda, California's May 1 expansion of Medicaid can prove life-saving.
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Two architects of the effort weigh in on the promise and perils of California's bold new Medicaid program.
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For transparency, and the health and safety of low-income patients, we’re suing L.A. Care.
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The White House, National Academies and now some members of Congress have called for nursing home reforms. Rep. Bobby Rush says corporations must be held accountable for pandemic deaths.
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Kyeland Jackson reports the first in a three-part series on a little-known Medicaid policy.
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Experts say you should break it down, beginning with deciding whether a nursing home is the right fit, or whether this is the right time.
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A USA TODAY investigation has traced a string of casualties back to one nursing home chain, Trilogy Health Services.
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A seemingly simple question — how many nursing home residents have gotten sick and died — has often turned into a political minefield.

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