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.
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.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled an $894 billion health care reform bill Thursday that would expand insurance coverage to as many as 36 million people. In a nod to moderates, the plan includes a public option in which rates are…
Until recently, self-employed writer Candace Talmadge, of Lancaster, Texas, was pleased with the health insurance she purchased through a small business association.
President Obama took his health reform call to young people Thursday with a speech at the University of Maryland. Kwame Holman reports on the challenges faced by the more than 10 million Americans between the ages of 19 and 26…
As public opinion dips on health reform, President Barack Obama prepared for a crucial prime-time speech to Congress on the divisive issue.
With five different versions of a health care bill in Congress, Ray Suarez examines the effort to separate fact from fiction in the national debate over a reform plan.
By PBS NewsHour
President Barack Obama is renewing his focus on convincing voters and lawmakers of the need to pass health care reform legislation this year.
By PBS NewsHour
Three major hospital associations have cut a deal with the Senate Finance Committee and the Obama administration to contribute about $155 billion over 10 years to the cost of health care reform, Vice President Biden announced Wednesday.
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