by Ian Millhiser Nov 4, 2015
400,000 people could lose health care in Kentucky, and it is because the state's gubernatorial election is scheduled at a time that gives one party a clear advantage over the other.
by Alex Zielinski Nov 2, 2015
And significant state changes could ignite federal policy.
by Emily Atkin & Josh Israel Sep 14, 2015
One Republican state senator says Matt Bevin's proposal to eliminate Kentucky's acclaimed health insurance exchange would be "disastrous."
by Sam P.K. Collins Sep 11, 2015
"The need is increasing but the supply isn’t growing at the same pace."
by Sam P.K. Collins Aug 21, 2015
Despite the gains under Obamacare, some people are still falling through the cracks.
by Sam P.K. Collins Aug 12, 2015
"Those rates will force Texas Medicaid providers to cease providing services critical to the health and development of Texas’ most vulnerable residents, its children.”
by Andrew Breiner & Dylan Petrohilos Jul 30, 2015
Let us count the ways these programs have changed life in the U.S.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 27, 2015
"Nearly a half million hardworking direct-care workers who happen to live in states that have rejected Medicaid expansion are shut out of affordable coverage."
by Judd Legum Jul 25, 2015
He's not as crazy as you think.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jul 16, 2015
"This is the final option for me -- I’ve tried everything else."