by Alex Zielinski May 3, 2016
"Muzzling employees and otherwise discriminating against them for speaking out about abortion doesn’t bolster the safety of patients and providers—but it does break the law."
by Amy Fallon - Guest Contributor May 3, 2016
"Even if they’d said sorry it wouldn’t have changed anything."
by Ryan Collins - Guest Contributor May 3, 2016
It's a misleading argument from some of the law's fiercest opponents.
by Alex Zielinski May 2, 2016
According to the complaint, staff members commonly punched, spit on, slapped, sexually abused, and denied food from non-verbal women residents, some who only have the "functioning of a toddler."
Nearly 700 Puerto Ricans have tested positive for Zika, including 65 pregnant women, and one man has died from Zika-related complications.
"When you lose 10 percent of your funding, the expectations of the community are not that you are 10 percent less responsive to their needs. They expect you to be just as capable today as tomorrow."
by Lindsay Gibbs Apr 30, 2016
"This is reckless."
by Cory Herro Apr 29, 2016
The proposal is the first step toward what could be the biggest update to Medicare in its 50-year history.
by Cory Herro Apr 28, 2016
The new standard would revoke eligibility for 7,022 schools serving 3.4 million students.
by Emily Atkin Apr 27, 2016
"A Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina ticket give women in this country nightmares."