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How the Trump administration accidentally insured over 200,000 through Obamacare

Coleman Drake, University of Pittsburgh and David Anderson, Duke University With an eye on replacing the Affordable Care Act, the Trump administration took one particularly...

As rural Americans struggle for health care access, insurers may be...

Simon F. Haeder, Pennsylvania State University Living in rural America certainly comes with a number of benefits. There is less crime, access to the outdoors,...

How the US could afford ‘Medicare for all

Gerald Friedman, University of Massachusetts Amherst Health care is Americans’ number-one priority, based on recent polls, so it’s no wonder it’s been a hot topic...

The Senate filibuster explained – and why it should be allowed...

Daniel Wirls, University of California, Santa Cruz Sen. Elizabeth Warren is the latest Democrat to argue an arcane Senate rule governing debate stands in the...

Why your employer-sponsored insurance may ultimately not be good for you

Dana Goldman, University of Southern California The Democratic presidential debates, which resume Sept. 12, have highlighted a deep disagreement over the future American health care...

Vital Signs: the battle for the soul of the US Democrats...

Richard Holden, UNSW Over the past two days the 20 leading contenders for the role of the US Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential candidate have faced...

US health care: An industry too big to fail

Michael Williams, University of Virginia As I spoke recently with colleagues at a conference in Florence, Italy about health care innovation, a fundamental truth resurfaced...

The US could have ended up with a British-style health care...

Simon F. Haeder, West Virginia University The role of government in the U.S. health care system has been contentious long before the recent emergence of...

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California’s severe drought shows why we need to raise the price...

By Randy Simmons, Utah State University Last January, California Governor Jerry Brown declared a State of Emergency following projections of severe drought. State bureaucrats and...