Results related to “Affordable Care Act”
by Julianne Hing on June 13 2014, 3:47PM
Healthcare for undocumented immigrants in California is too controversial for the Sacramento Airport to handle.
by Carla Murphy on June 4 2014, 11:35AM
The affordable and quality healthcare fight in 1970
by LeeAnn Hall on April 9 2014, 12:40PM
We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to eliminate health disparities so people of color are no longer living sicker and dying younger. If we do our job, no mother will ever have to choose between paying the rent or taking her sick child to the doctor.
by Kai Wright on March 31 2014, 10:12AM
There are at least three crucial, unanswered questions as the first enrollment period ends.
by Brentin Mock on January 14 2014, 10:00AM
Obamacare includes a program that employs people to help connect hard-to-reach, uninsured citizens to healthcare resources. What’s wrong with that?
by Imara Jones on November 19 2013, 7:00AM
While media focus on what the White House is losing, we have to remember that gaffes in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act make it that much harder for poor people of color to get adequate healthcare.
by Akiba Solomon on August 17 2012, 9:10AM
The VP candidate is good with online aesthetics but falls short when it comes to women’s reproductive health. Oh, and he’s not below trotting out Dred Scott to get his way.
by Julianne Hing on August 1 2012, 2:40PM
It’s a big day for contraception. But the ins and outs of the policy implementation mean many women won’t get covered.
by Tram Nguyen on May 22 2012, 9:21AM
Once home to good manufacturing jobs, East Oakland today is a microcosm of the structural components of racial health disparities. One community-led health project could be a model for the future.
by Flávio Casoy on March 23 2010, 12:00PM
Yes, if you think of it as a first step toward fixing a broken system rather than landmark legislation.