New York Finalizes Regulations to Protect Women’s Health in the Face of Federal Threats

Posted July, 27 2017 by Taylor Frazier

Guest blog by Ann Danforth, Progressive States Advocacy and Policy Manager at Raising Women’s Voices-NY. It’s no secret that since day one, the current administration and the Republican-led Congress have been dead set on chipping away at the gains we’ve made to women’s health under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Republicans have pushed forward a […]

Georgetown Center for Children and Families Conference 2017 Recap

Posted July, 24 2017 by Taylor Frazier

Last week, children’s health advocates from across the country came together in Washington, DC for the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute Center for Children and Families Annual Conference. The conference provides an excellent opportunity for national and state advocates to share their experiences and learn from one another, which is especially important in the face […]

What is the Congressional Budget Office?

Posted July, 21 2017 by Amanda Dunker

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has been in the news a lot during the health care debate, most recently today when all eight of its former directors signed a letter refuting accusations that the agency’s work is partisan or based on bad methodology. Reporters, advocates, and experts eagerly anticipate CBO’s report every time a new […]

Healthcare Policy Issues Moving Rapidly – Stay Alert!

Posted July, 20 2017 by Amanda Dunker

The past three days have been a roller coaster for the health bills under consideration by the Senate. As of now, we have two possible bills and a promise from Senate Republicans to vote on something next week. We described some of the fights we anticipated yesterday – and quite a few of them are […]