Gwen Ifill talks to NPR reporter Julie Rovner about how changes to Medicare, including new taxes and adjustments in prescription drug coverage, under health care reform may impact Americans over the age of 65.
Republicans proposed a long list of amendments during Senate debate on a package of changes to the new health care bill, as Democrats attempt to finish the legislation. Ray Suarez reports.
After Sunday's historic vote on health care reforms in the House, Jim Lehrer talks to Speaker Nancy Pelosi about finding enough votes to pass President Obama's signature domestic issue.
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.
By Lea Winerman
_pap_embed_custom('news01s3d09qe42',482,304,""); President Obama on Tuesday signed health care reform into law, in front of a cheering crowd of lawmakers and Americans who will be affected by the bill. "Today, after almost a century of trying, today after over a…
As President Obama prepares to sign health care reform into law, the U.S. Senate still has steps to take to consider a package of revisions to the legislation - a promise made to House Democrats who wanted changes made to…
As part of continuing coverage on the impact of health care legislation, Ray Suarez talks to Susan Dentzer, editor-in-chief of the journal Health Affairs, about how the new regulations and penalties will impact coverage for people without insurance.
President Barack Obama signed the landmark health care reform bill into law today, as the Senate began debate on its companion measure. Jim Lehrer talks to Arizona Republican Jon Kyl about efforts to stall the final stage of health care's…
The health reform bill passed by the House Sunday night sets a timeline for phasing in reform that's several years long. Some provisions will take effect quickly, many will be phased in over the next four years and one…
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.
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