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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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Seven months later, Outsiders is back with a three-episode finale that seeks to answer some of the questions the podcast laid out in the beginning.
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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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Once a coronavirus immunization is released for children, will parents be reluctant to get their kids vaccinated?
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Even when sick, immigrant workers often feel like they have no choice but to show up at the job — they have to work to survive.
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A scholar-activist explains how she forced the system to be more transparent and accountable.
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The Tribune spent nine months investigating the issue by talking to residents, conducting surveys, speaking to experts and evaluating government resources.
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The offer of $500 in bonus funds is intended to help with COVID-19-related expenses.
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Before the vaccines start to arrive in various jurisdictions, explain to your audience the character of your county and state health officials.
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"This profound mistrust is fueled by the staggering absence of clear, unified national leadership on the public health crisis, a failure unparalleled in our history," writes public health leader Georges Benjamin.

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