Health & Human Services

Arizona Tests Popularity of the Dying's Right to Try Drugs

The state is the first to let voters decide whether to make experimental drugs available to terminally ill patients -- a growing movement that started in a few state legislatures this year.

An Unexpected Opponent of Regulating Health Premiums

A ballot measure to give regulators the power to reject excessive premium hikes has garnered opposition from an organization that aims to make insurance more affordable.

Paul Ryan’s Anti-Poverty Plan Has Already Been Tested

Nebraska tried something similar to Paul Ryan’s proposal for fighting poverty for a decade. There are lessons to be learned.

How the Governors Races Could Impact Medicaid Expansion

A change at the top this November could dramatically change the chances for Medicaid expansion in several states.

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