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After being waylaid by the shutdown, House Democrats are moving ahead on health care, guns and the environment

Take a quick survey of this week’s stories, and you would be forgiven for thinking House Democrats have one main mission: aggressively investigating President Trump. This week, top lawmakers held hear... read more

The Hill's Morning Report — Presented by the Coalition for Affordable Prescription Drugs — Health care a top policy message in fall campaigns

and Democrats were able to force a vote on eliminating short-term health-care plans that don’t cover pre-existing conditions. The Senate was split 50-50. Sen. Susan Collins Susan Margaret Collins GOP ... read more

U.S. government shutdown grinds on; Trump threatens emergency powers

President Donald Trump and senior Democrats failed to strike a deal in talks on Friday to end a partial shutdown of ... on the Mexican border. After Democratic congressional leaders turned Trump down ... read more

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Commentary: The Midterms Were a Step Towards a Healthier U.S.

The past midterm elections were widely seen as being among the most ... for a new status quo. Democrats led by Lyndon Johnson may have brought Medicare to fruition, but moving the US towards a system ... read more


A.M. Roundup: New York leaders break ceilings with MLK as guide

Dr. Martin Luther King’s words have become immortalized, but it wasn’t until after his ... since the government shutdown. Seemingly small changes, like the jurors paying for their own lunches, have be... read more

4 Years After Sandy Hook, Obama Leaves a Legacy of Little Progress on Gun Laws

During his eight years in the White House ... executive actions after the Sandy Hook massacre and a package of 10 provisions unveiled this January aim at reducing gun violence by requiring background ... read more

Guns, taxes and blurring party lines: After a heated first term, Scott seeks a second

Budget stalemates with Democrats ... poor fiscal management. After weeks of disagreement, Scott agreed to let the third budget produced by lawmakers become law, just five days before the state would h... read more

The Wisdom Of Serpents

Eugene Debs, Statement to the Court upon being ... Democratic party primary run “sheepdogging” my term for a move the national Democratic party seems to execute every presidential primary season when ... read more

MNsure chief is grilled by Congress

While acknowledging the health care exchange’s unpromising start, Leitz told the House Oversight Committee that changes ... before technical glitches waylaid the exchange website and call center. Leit... read more

How Are You Enjoying the de Blasio Revolution?

Photographs by Mark Peterson On November 2, nearly two years to the day after he ascended ... summer,” looked ahead to a chilly winter. Most troublingly, the poll found that 55 percent of New Yorkers ... read more

Overnight Health Care — Sponsored by PCMA — New White House ad campaign targets opioid addiction

Welcome to Overnight Health Care, sponsored by the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association. Today was Seersucker Day in the Senate. Sadly, we did not participate. White House launches opioid awaren... read more

Read the Full Text of the Seventh Democratic Debate in Flint

Listen, I suppose they can trust the corporations who have destroyed Flint by a disastrous trade policy which have allowed them to shut down plants in flint and move to China or ... We have more of th... read more



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