The plan clarifies the role Philadelphia’s city government intends to play if and when the proposed site opens its doors.
If lawmakers expanded Medicaid, 634,000 people—59% of the state’s uninsured population—would gain health care coverage by 2022.
The legislation would set licensing guidelines and require insurers to provide coverage for telehealth as they would in-person health care. A Republican-sponsored amendment, however, threatens to derail its passage.
Getting access to birth control medication could soon become much easier in Arizona, thanks to a new bill that has bipartisan support.
Public health advocates say if the president's budget proposal is approved as is, Americans' health and safety would be at risk.
In Detroit, for example, Black women are 4.5 times more likely to die than non-Hispanic white women. "This is a staggering disparity," Gov. Whitmer said last month.
“If we don’t come together and vote—vote—we’re going to be in a hell of a mess,” one 70-year-old woman said.