This week I use this space to offer a suggestion that will save the taxpayers money, increase the efficiency of government and enable those in Congress to more accurately reflect voters' wills. The only surprising thing is that no one has come up with this idea before now.
The Affordable Care Act was signed into law by President Obama on March 23, 2010 and last week the White House declared it a victory. It seems that with the law, the president achieved a historic accomplishment. However, the details of the law's enrollment numbers reveal a different reality.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare if you prefer) has probably had a significant impact on your health insurance. Did you realize that ...
On March 23rd the oral arguments for the Zubik v. Burwell case were heard by the Supreme Court. The case involves the "accommodation" that was develop...
I believe that there are a lot of things we do in life not because they will be fun, but just because we want to say we did them. For me, one of those...
The Republican presidential nomination race has previously devolved to the level of an elementary school playground (penis-measuring in a national debate), and has now risen to at least high school (if not a college frat house) with the vicious battle going on between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz over who can insult each other's wives the most.
Open enrollment closed last month, and healthcare watchers have been counting the winners and losers. One indisputable winner is the narrow network. Plans that feature one are the fastest growing insurance products on the market.
As Obamacare continues past the President for which it was named, Americans need to take the above health policy steps and many more to continue manifesting health justice for each other.
It's been six years ago to the day since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law. This anniversary serves as another reminder that the law is working and that the prophets of doom were wrong... again.
If you follow my blog, you know I've been pointing out how Republicans are falsely blaming Colorado budget problems on healthcare costs for the elderl...
How anyone can argue with a straight face that simply filing a few words of objection to gain exemption from employee contraception violates any group's freedom of religion beggars the imagination.
Get ready New York City - Ron and Laura Grawsill of Bakersfield, California are going to be taking over for the next week.
Once again, the contraception benefit in the ACA is before the Supreme Court on Wednesday. What's at stake this time is every bit as critical as what was at stake in Hobby Lobby.
One may regret that the Supreme Court has become a politicized institution but such strategic calculations do not come out of nowhere -- they reflect the growing ideological divide nationwide.
My goal was to write the best book ever written by someone considering weight loss surgery. That's a subjective goal, but I gave it everything I had and was not going to turn it over to the public until there was nothing I could do to make it better.
The civic ignorance that has pushed Trump to the top of the charts can no longer be ignored. His supporters need to know that his promises are no more plausible than the other illogical ones they have bought over the years from other candidates.