Hari Sreenivasan talks with Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News.
More than six months after President Obama signed the health care reform bill, how is the overhaul impacting -- or not impacting -- the American public?…
President Obama signed health care reform into law in a White House ceremony Tuesday. Two players in the debate over reform offer their views on what Americans need to know about the bill.
After months of debate, deals and delays, a health reform bill is now headed to the president's desk. Three historians assess the significance of the moment, in the context of nearly 100 years of U.S. health care legislation.
By Dave Gustafson
As Democrats weigh the next steps for health reform on the heels of a bipartisan summit on the stalled legislation, one option under discussion is a rarely used Senate procedure known as reconciliation.
Democrats in Congress are considering trying to pass a scaled-back version of health care reform in the wake of Republican Scott Brown's upset Senate victory in Massachusetts Tuesday. Health care analysts and advocates weigh in on the options.
A young woman without health insurance. A small business owner. A woman just diagnosed with breast cancer. The PBS NewsHour talks to health policy analysts about how health care reform could affect these individuals and other real people.
The Senate health reform bill cleared its first major procedural hurdle in a vote in the early hours of Monday morning. Find out how the compromise bill compares to the version that passed the House last month.
For most working people who receive health care through an employer, little will change under the sweeping health care reform bill the Senate is now considering, according to a congressional budget analysis released Monday.
Senate Democratic leaders celebrated Saturday when their health care reform bill passed a key procedural hurdle, but by Monday deep divisions over some key provisions of the $848 billion legislation were already back in the spotlight.
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