House and Senate Republican leaders face a critical choice in the coming weeks as they weigh whether to risk a government shutdown to try to repeal parts of the health care reform law.
One year after the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the United States continues to find our health care system in greater peril than ever before.
The 2011 theme for Womens History Month is Our History Is Our Strength. As we reflect upon and celebrate the myriad ways that womens shared histories unite families, communities and the country, as well as the positive strides that women across the country have made, it is important to remind ourselves that there is work that still remains to be done. This is especially true of womens health.
It is a well-known fact that a strong doctor-patient relationship is an important part of an effective health care system.
President Barack Obamas national health care scheme Obamacare became law one year ago last week, and if it is allowed to stand, it poses a danger to the health, freedom and economic well-being of all Americans.
Amid the larger scuffle on budget-cutting this year, some in Congress are looking for convenient excuses to roll back programs designed to give low-income Americans a hand up in life.
Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, a historic step toward making quality, affordable health care a reality for all Americans.