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Why states didn’t go broke from the pandemic

Raymond Scheppach, University of Virginia During the summer of 2020, there were many news reports about the impending state...

Webcams in nursing home rooms may deter elder abuse – but...

Clara Berridge, University of Washington and Karen Levy, Cornell University Mary Ann Papp’s daughter Lisa was worried about her 75-year-old mother. A foot infection seemed to...

US poverty statistics ignore millions of struggling Americans

Sophie Mitra, Fordham University and Debra Brucker, University of New Hampshire Who counts as poor in the U.S. today? Measuring the share of the population that...

Getting poorer while working harder: The ‘cliff effect’

Susan R. Crandall, University of Massachusetts Boston Forty percent of all working-age Americans sometimes struggle to pay their monthly bills. There is no place in...

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...

Medicaid work requirements: Where do they stand after the blue wave?

Simon F. Haeder, West Virginia University The 2018 midterm elections have dealt a significant setback to President Trump’s agenda in the legislative arena. However, there are...

I treat patients on Medicaid, and I don’t see undeserving poor...

Audrey M Provenzano, Harvard University As more states join Kentucky in trying to impose work requirements for people who receive Medicaid, I could not help...

Why the daunting economics of elder care are about to get...

Patricia Smith, University of Michigan My sister Carol loves movies, but she hasn’t been out to see one in years. When she tries to watch...

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Fight for federal right to education takes a new turn

Derek W. Black, University of South Carolina A new fight to secure a federal constitutional right to education is spreading across the country. This...