Health Care Primer
The United States health care system is larger than the gross domestic product of all but five other nations.
TV ads from a Democratic group warn seniors that “right now, your Medicare coverage is in danger,” claiming “deep, automatic cuts” could be made by “unelected Washington bureaucrats.” But those cut
Senate Finance committee members harshly criticized an effort to test new ways to pay for certain drugs in Medicare Part B, showing how difficult it is to reform the federal government’s
Senators last week continued to struggle with Fiscal 2017 spending bills, with heated disputes over gun control measures, Planned Parenthood and funding levels to fight the Zika virus thr
The federal deficit is rising. Social Security and Medicare need repairs, as does the tax code. Federal domestic investments are being squeezed and the nation’s debt is on an unsustainable course.
Yet so far the presidential candidates have not said much about these issues, according to Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert L. Bixby.