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Here's what a leading policy expert, a physician and a journalist on the beat are focusing on now.
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San Diego County’s refusal to release data spurs legal battle for access to information that helps journalists report.
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Reporters share how the Supreme Court decision changed the story in their states – or didn’t.
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President-elect Biden will likely move quickly to undo a slew of Trump-era health care policies.
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Do we want to go back to the days when a woman had to stay in a bad marriage just to have coverage?
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I finally got coverage under Obamacare and planned to catch up on tests and treatment. Then the pandemic struck.
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As a condition of probation, thousands of people must comply with court orders to get mental health treatment. If they lose insurance, many could wind up behind bars without committing a crime.
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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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The inequities in American health care laid bare by COVID-19 will become even more deeply entrenched if the nation's highest court scraps the landmark law.
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As DACA is spared, a journalist reflects on the program that helped her realize her dreams, get a job, and tell the stories of people forced to live in the shadows.

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