America's Doctors Take a Stand Against Gun Violence
States are scrambling to figure out how to fund the $4-billion-a-month food stamps program -- and whether to keep cash welfare going. Some say it's "probably not possible."
Gov. Gavin Newsom and Mayor Bill de Blasio initiated ambitious plans this week to cover drastically more residents, including undocumented immigrants who are not currently eligible for subsidized insurance.
While the Trump administration mulls over the domestic "gag rule" and state requests to defund Planned Parenthood, abortion bills are making their way through legislatures and courts.
California is the first state to require physicians to inform patients about their history of sexual misconduct, overprescribing medications, criminal convictions or substance abuse. Will others follow?
Who gets health insurance subsidies, and how they're used, could drastically change if states take the federal government's guidance released on Thursday.
Federal regulations neither require schools to test their water nor have a single health standard for drinking water. The resulting patchwork of state policies can have a big impact on how -- and whether -- they respond to lead found in water.