This November, Colorado could move one step closer to becoming the first U.S. state to make single-payer health care a reality. But there's a lot of opposition to overcome.
A November ballot measure in California pits public health versus the economy -- and in most cases, people are siding with the latter.
Proponents like Maine Gov. Paul LePage argue so-called asset tests save states money and shrink welfare rolls. New research suggests otherwise.
The rates range from 2.8 percent to 17.1 percent.