The health care reform ideas coming from the White House and congressional leaders were inadequate from the start, even before a punishing series of compromises stripped them of any hint of positive value. The final bill does more harm than good.
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If this was the work of his life… then how much did it mean, in the end?
When Judit Castello came to Stony Brook University as a visiting researcher, she had done her studying. Only, it wasn’t for any related coursework that Castello studied. It was the United States healthcare system that she looked into before leaving from her native country of Spain.
Part One of a Two Part Series Over the last few months, the most prevalent issue in the national political discussion has been President Obama’s crusade to reform our broken[...]
The SUNY system is no stranger to budget cuts. It seems that for decades state politicians have tried (and sometimes succeeded) at putting public education on the cutting board. The[...]
The 2009 Human Development Rankings were released recently. The US is placed 13th on the latest rankings. Though, we were also placed 26th on the Life expectancy list. While it[...]
What a brilliant idea! Lets give billions of dollars to the same corrupt health insurance companies that created the mess in the first place.
Finally! A politician who has the integrity to stand by his position. Just to provide a little back story, Congressman Grayson previously more or less stated that the Republican Health[...]
…Before America’s Un- and Underinsured Can Get Theirs By Matt Willemain Apparently reluctant to say that President Obama was a liar, the Hunger Action Network of New York State (HANYS)[...]