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Health Care Policy 2016 Elections
American Life, Economic Policy, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Health Care Policy 2016 Elections alexis chapman, audi, equal pay act, gender pay discrepancy, gender pay gap, gender roles, maternity leave, paid maternity leave, parental leave, paternity leave, pay discrimination, super bowl commercial, wage gap
One of the most-talked-about ads from this year’s super bowl was the Audi commercial affirming the company’s commitment to gender equality in the workplace, in particular pay equality.
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It is becoming increasingly clear that if a border wall with Mexico is constructed, it will be Americans, not Mexico, who pay for it.
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A majority of Americans really like their president.
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Every parent’s worse nightmare is watching their child suffer and being unable to help them.
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On January 21st, almost half a million people participated in the “Women’s March” in D.C. and about three million participated worldwide.
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Planned Parenthood is on the right side of the (Libertarian) principle that women (like all individuals) own their own bodies.
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Last Monday, U.S. District Court Judge John D. Bates ruled that a proposed merger between health insurance giants Aetna and Humana could not proceed, because it would have violated antitrust laws.
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The 2008 DC Comics thriller, The Dark Knight, is one of my favorite modern movies.
Republicans are struggling with how to replace the Affordable Care Act after they repeal it.
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Paul Ryan recently announced that the upcoming House budget bill would include language to take federal funding away from Planned Parenthood (“PP”).
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After six grueling years and countless attempts to hinder and repeal Obamacare, Republican lawmakers are finally getting the chance to repeal it; however, repealing Obamacare is not exactly all it is cracked up […]
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While the election battles have died down, another battle surprisingly persists: how do you morally justify President-elect Trump?
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If Congress wants to truly make America great again, it won’t get sidetracked by superfluous issues and will focus like a laser beam on reforming our tax code.
While Team Obama is working on overdrive to secure the “Obama Legacy” and the outgoing POTUS is rallying the Democrats on Capitol Hill to save Obamacare, Team Trump is already making plans […]
The new year marks the beginning of a new era of Republican-dominated federal government, with the GOP firmly in control of both Houses of Congress and moving into the White House in […]
The New Year is upon us and, with it, the Republican-led 115th Congress began their work anew on Capitol Hill. Republicans on Capitol Hill face a daunting legislative calendar in the month […]
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Now that many of us have had a chance to enjoy either the holidays or just a good year-end rest, it’s time to address the changes ahead for America as we begin […]
Back when I was in grad school pursuing my Master of Public Administration, a question was often posed by my various professors about whether or not the government should (or can) be […]
Evangelical Christians who supported Donald Trump in overwhelming numbers were driven in large part by their antipathy for his opponent and by their concern for the U.S. Supreme Court, according to public […]
On July 28, 1914, a Serbian nationalist assassinated the head of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, Archduke Ferdinand.
As President-elect Donald Trump continues to run the table on the news cycle with his various cabinet picks, the state legislature in Ohio passed a bill to ban abortion as early as six […]
Richard Masters runs MCS Industries, the largest manufacturer of picture frames and mirrors in the U.S., but profits have shrunk in recent years in spite of their growth in sales.
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) said he has been in contact with members of the Donald Trump transition team about his health care reform plan as a replacement for Affordable Care Act. “I’ve […]
With so much negativity expressed this presidential election, it’s refreshing when voters express positive reasons and a sense of joy for supporting a candidate.
Today John visits with Stacy Bare from the Sierra Club about a DIFFERENT approach to healthcare.