The justices declined a Democratic request to fast track a decision on the law.
Taiwan’s system is less generous than the Sanders plan—yet it still struggles with cost control and access to care.
The elimination of three health care taxes will increase the deficit by $373 billion.
The appellate court remanded the most important issue in the case back to the district court. But its instructions will make it difficult for the trial judge to again rule that the entire Affordable Care Act must fall with the individual mandate.
BREAKING: Fifth Circuit Declares Individual Mandate Unconstitutional, Punts on Whether Rest of ACA Must Fall (Updated)
As if there wasn't enough going on this week, a federal appellate court issues a significant (and significantly flawed) ruling in the latest Obamacare challenge
They should scrap other Certificate of Need laws too.
The presidential candidate wanted a proposal that was airtight and easy to explain. Her plan is neither.
She hasn't come up with a plan to pay for single-payer. She's come up with a plan to let her claim she has a plan.
Elizabeth Warren Wants To Pay for Medicare for All With a $9 Trillion Tax That Will Hit the Middle Class
Warren says it’s not a tax. But what else would you call a requirement that employers send money to the federal government to finance a public program?
Her refusal to answer a question about taxes isn’t just dodgy; it’s designed to mislead.
An argument against Bernie Sanders' health care plan in The New York Times.
"Adherence to guidelines among telecontraception vendors may be higher than it is among clinics that provide in-person visits," the authors write.
Perhaps the most radical aspect of the new Walmart Heath clinic? Consumers will know exactly what each service costs.
The state's largest hospital chain didn't want the competition.
Probably because it would involve raising middle-class taxes.
A Government-Run Health Insurance Plan Would Be Less Radical Than Medicare For All. But It Still Wouldn't Work.
The public option comes with plenty of pitfalls.
It’s not just obstructionist Republicans who won't buy into Medicare for All—it’s Democrats themselves.
Planned Parenthood Succeeds in Getting Missouri's 8-Week Abortion Ban Blocked, but Rule Against Race- or Sex-Selective Abortion Remains in Place
Plus: North Carolina sues eight more e-cig companies, Tulsi Gabbard fails to meet debate threshold, and more...
The California senator's history of flip-flops reveal the emptiness of her campaign—and looming problems for her party.
Ursula Wing sold abortion drugs to U.S. customers and is now charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States.
The state's assisted suicide law goes into effect today.
Delaney on Medicare for All: 'This Isn't About Health Care, This Is an Anti-Private Sector Strategy'
The former Maryland congressman criticized the progressive wing of the Democratic Party for embracing such expansive government involvement.
But we first need to pass a bill to let more of them into the U.S.
The presidential hopeful has flip-flopped on the issue several times.
He might not be polling well, but his proposal on health care draws on work from prominent libertarian economists.
Hospitals gamed the system and costs didn’t come down.
The presidential candidate wants to end wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and levy a "war tax" for every future conflict.
The new tax won't come close to fulfilling the steep funding needs of Mental Health SF
Consolidation in hospital markets is one cause of rising healthcare costs.
Plus: Oakland decriminalizes mushrooms, and the ethics of "doxxing"
Restrictionists once again discover that draconian rules aren’t enough to overcome people unwilling to obey.
What happens when a kid raised by "all-natural" parents wants to make a different choice?
Restricting a cancer treatment to only hospitals will harm patients.
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"First trimester abortions, which typically require only medication, do not require the onsite presence of a licensed physician."
Florida is on the brink of abolishing its Certificate of Need laws for health care faciltiies. It's about time.