The Center for American Progress unveils a health care plan written to confuse supporters of Medicare for all and protect private health insurance profits.
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Last week's school shooting in Florida shows that what was considered corrupt political behavior 40 years ago is now normal. Our young people see it clearly.
The president's plan would slash or completely eliminate core anti-poverty programs that form the heart of the U.S. social safety net.
Approval by the state Senate would put a proposed constitutional amendment enshrining the right to health care on the ballot for Oregon voters in November. Uncertainties about how costs can be underwritten will remain.
President Trump's recipe for economic growth threatens to generate trillion-dollar deficits for years to come and stain a cherished pillar of the modern-day Republican Party.
The growing deficits reflect, in great part, the impact of last year’s tax overhaul, which is projected to cause federal tax revenue to drop.
The president's plan, which slashes domestic agencies further than last year’s proposal, will land in Congress three days after he signed a two-year budget that wholly rewrites both plans.
As the billionaires' firms plan a new entity to tackle the high costs of medical services, they should study the government program as an effective design.