The Vermont senator and his allies did not identify the cost of or funding source for such a program, which drew jeers from Republicans.
It has long seemed pretty clear that without at least a massive overhaul, Obamacare will collapse, slowly or rapidly.
I am a woman who has lost one child, and whose other child’s life depends on lifelong, costly medical care.
Sen. Patrick Leahy, Rep. Peter Welch and Gov. Phil Scott applauded the failure of Republican-led efforts to dismantle Obamacare.
How are we, business owners and managers, supposed to plan expenses when we have no idea how much we will need to spend on health care for our employees?
People in need of mental health and addiction services are at great risk of being hurt.
We can’t fix or replace Obamacare without facing the contradiction of wanting the freedom not to buy insurance without the responsibility of paying for care when we need it.
Vermont’s direction has been one of collaboration, not competition, and has prioritized policies that benefit all those over ones that might benefit only some.
The Green Mountain Care Board had asked providers about the move toward accountable care organizations.
Act 48 has not failed, and its language continues to provide the blueprint for the many changes now occurring within Vermont’s health care system.
Nine out of 10 primary care providers who responded to a survey did not think health care reform efforts were bringing about better care or lowering costs.
News Release — Rights & Democracy Feb. 27, 2017 Contact: James Haslam, 802-272-0882, [email protected] On Saturday, February 25th, hundreds of Vermonters came out to answer Senator Bernie Sanders’ call to resist national Republican proposals to dismantle health care for millions of Americans. At overflowing rallies in Montpelier, Rutland, and Bennington, Vermonters signed an open letter […]
Republicans now have the serious task of laying off their ritual denunciations of Obamacare, and producing their own replacement.
Vermont had the lowest support for Trump of any state at 29.7 percent of the vote. Hawaii, at 30.1 percent, was second and California was third with 31.8 percent.