Affordable, quality health care has always been a challenge for people with disabilities. But will government-funded health care address these issues—or make them worse?
It's not just people with disabilities who are at risk. Half of non-elderly Americans have preexisting conditions and could find themselves uninsured, sick, and out of luck.
After all, why was birth control—and health insurance in general—ever in the hands of employers in the first place?
With their horrendous Graham-Cassidy bill DOA, Republicans are breathing new life into an old anti-abortion bill. And this time, they may just be able to come through, to the detriment of us all.
The opening of GOP seats are a huge opportunity for Dems—if only they didn’t have to battle gerrymandering, voter suppression, and a dotard in the Oval Office to get them.
The fight to save health care has put disabled protestors in the limelight. But this wasn't their first time putting their lives on the line to battle discrimination.
The Democrats appear to be working overtime at selling out more than half of their constituents—women. Are they trying to lose 2018?
And so will many other Americans. And the GOP doesn't care.
Since November 8th, the GOP has consistently put party over country and that just may be the comeuppance we've been longing for.
Before Trump, town halls were hardly newsworthy. But enraged voters are sounding off on their lawmakers like Florida Rep. Ted Yoho—and giving them a crash course in civics.