A presidential candidate pushing for health care reform talks about Ms. Mollie Johnson of Nashville, Tennessee, who can't afford her prescription for diabetes. Which device is the candidate using?
Government - The selection of the vice presidential nominee at the national ... ratios/algebra - During class elections 64 students voted for candidate A .if ... Finite Math- help wanted. Super hard! - In a past presidential election, it was ...
As medical costs escalate and the number of Americans without health insurance continues to rise, the 2008 presidential candidates have responded by
As the nation approaches the 2016 presidential election, it is instructive to examine the health care reform plans of both presidential candidates through the lens of how their
Romney has been at pains to point out that the Massachusetts health care reform that he actively pushed for - alongside the late Senator Edward Kennedy - and subsequently signed into law as Governor of Massachusetts, was a state-level
Presidential candidate Barack Obama first outlined his proposals for health care reform in Iowa in May 2007, eight months before the
Former presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton made health care her platform and insisted that universal health care is achievable.
...Health Care Reform: Why no Popular Presidential Candidate can Solve Our Health Care Crisis (transcript).
Compare the 2012 Republican Presidential Candidates head-to-head on Health Care.
Curing Health Care: The Next President Should Complete, Not Abandon, Obama’s Reform.
Democratic, Republican Presidential Candidates Supported Health Care Reform for All Americans. In President Obama’s recent address to Congress, he said, “[This is] a plan that incorporates ideas from many of the people in this room tonight – Democrats and Republicans.”
He did endorse the idea of expanding health insurance to all, but only as as a presidential candidate for the Bull Moose Party in 1912, not during his earlier
Presidential candidates in both parties are floating proposals to overhaul the health care system and to provide coverage for the uninsured.
As the president continued his cross-country appeals on health care reform, partisan disagreements continued to echo on Capitol Hill.
When Congress and special interests defeated health care reform in the mid-1990’s, as First Lady of the United States, I worked across party lines to help create the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which now provides health coverage to more than 8 million children.
That said, I still believe we were right to try.” In 2003, nearly ten years after Clinton and the Democrats first pushed for health care reform, a young
Her comments, revealed in thousands of pages of documents released Friday by Clinton's presidential library, open a new window into her role on the '90s health care reform push...
As first lady, she led Bill Clinton’s push for health care reform, meaning she played a significant policy role on the White House staff.
There is nothing in any health care reform bill before Congress that would require people to "decide how they wish to die." Conservative talking points from activists and legislators, however, would suggest otherwise.
* Rear Admiral Susan Blumenthal, M.D. (ret.) is the Distinguished Advisor for Health and Medicine at the Center for the Study of the Presidency in Washington, D.C. and a Clinical Professor at Georgetown and Tufts University
Cooperative Learning in a Health Economics Course: 2008 U.S. Presidential Campaign and Health Care Reform. Jennifer K. Rhoads Doctoral Candidate, Economics University of Illinois at Chicago. Copyright 2009.
At first glance, the GOP presidential candidates seem virtually identical in their health policy
The 57th United States presidential election has once again predictably narrowed down to only two realistic presidential candidates: the incumbent, President
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are two of the most unpopular presidential candidates in American history.
She said she understood the president’s frustration in wanting to pass health care reform, but “it is not acceptable for him to achieve that goal by pushing women back into the back alleys to die.”
? In discussing health care reform this year, conservative media figures have revived the "socialized medicine" smear to undermine the efforts of
Republicans want a health care reform plan that would replace Obamacare, while increasing access, lowering costs and improving the quality of care.
Ted Cruz (Texas): Former presidential candidate Cruz introduced an amendment to the Senate bill
If Washington wants health care reform with bipartisan support, experts say consider what former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney accomplished as
Origin of Health Reform In response to President Ford’s decision to withdraw his administration’s NHI plan, believing that it would make inflation worse, Carter pledged as a presidential candidate to support a comprehensive NHI plan.
A majority of Independents (60%) viewed health care as very important in their vote. Figure 1. When You Are Deciding Who to Vote for in Next Year’s Presidential Election, How Important Will. the Candidate’s Views on Health Care Reform Be?
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, left, and Sen. Bernie Sanders, pose for a photo
...Instead, the increasing commercialization of health care financing and delivery since the 1980s has taken health care reform in the opposite direction, pushed
At this point, every remaining candidate has solidified his or her health care platform.
Elving explains that ―in the 103rd Congress, the inauguration of President Clinton (himself an unsuccessful candidate for Congress in the Watergate year
Given that they lack a coherent or viable alternative to Obamacare, Republican lawmakers and presidential candidates dodged a bullet.
In partner-ship with the Service Employees International Union, the Action Fund challenged all the presidential hopefuls to address health care reform in March of 2007.
Former 2016 presidential candidate Carly Fiorina on the Senate health care bill. Senate Republicans rolled out a draft of their health care bill Thursday, but former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says health care reform goes way beyond politics.
Rather, Herndon can be viewed as the messaging arm of a vast center-left infrastructure pushing health care reform.
Government officials in other states and presidential candidates from both parties have embraced many different pieces of the Massachusetts health reform law.
Comprehensive mental health reforms will be a top health care priority in my administration.
Within minutes, a lmost every Republican presidential candidate swiftly condemned the decision.
All three candidates specifically outline plans for veterans, addressing health and other needs in detail, on their campaign sites.
Presidential candidates (Political activity) Medical policy (Management) Health care reform (Political aspects).
Hillary Clinton’s mandate has always been health care. Back in the ’90’s, when she was FLOTUS, Hillary fought a pitched battle against special interests and insurance companies who tried to derail her health care reforms.
As Congress fights over how best to shrink the federal budget deficit, and GOP presidential candidates dominate the headlines, President Obama’s health care reform law, and the opposition to it, has dropped out of sight for a while.
Don’t privatize VA health care, and don\'t treat us like political props, among other things.
Coupled with his stances against President Barack Obama’s health care law and the Obama
Alternative reform proposals were offered by both of the two major candidates in the 2008 presidential election and President Obama's plan for universal health care was challenged in the 2012 presidential election.
Prior to President Obama’s address to Congress on health reform, I asked myself, “What would I tell the President?”
2016 Republican nominee for President; 2000 Reform Primary Challenger for President. Sub-sections under Health Care
Senator Barack Obama of Illinois, a 2008 Democratic presidential candidate, uses this slogan as the banner for reform.
Dowd starts out detailing how the Dems were shocked that after being counted out, viewed as legisitively ineffectual and stalemated, and basically a bunch of political wimps they sat in the White House yesterday watching Obama sign health care reform.
...advisers and experts who helped shape the health care reform law signed by Romney in 2006, when the Republican presidential candidate
Lyndon Johnson made a political choice on health care that Democratic presidential candidates can't afford to repeat.
President Obama faces united Republican opposition to his health care reform plan, which would expand coverage to some 30 million more Americans, and take steps such as ending insurance company practices of denying coverage for pre-existing medical conditions.
Your Opinions on Health Care Reform, Taxes, and Even the President’s Dog Come Down to Racial Bias.
President’s Prescription for Health Care Reform Taking Effect”.
one of the other candidates hasnt even added so much as a WHISPER, in support of their once impassioned commitments to health care reform. they have abandoned it entirely.
An unusually broad coalition of Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders descended on Capitol Hill this week to push Congress to increase funds for health care.
In the 2016 Presidential primaries, the only Republican candidate who came close to this view of the world was Donald Trump, who offered a cartoon-like
Republican presidential candidate John Kasich speaks directly to this issue, “I'd like to replace [the ACA] with a health care system that would be market-driven, that would begin