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What Would New York’s ‘Guaranteed Health Care Plan’ Actually Accomplish?

Mayor de Blasio’s proposal is designed to take advantage of New York City’s large public hospital system to offer a different non-insurance option to the uninsured

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When Tribalism Trumps Originalism

The Insane Jurisprudence of the Win-at-All-Costs Republican Party

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Building Health Homes for Kids

New York’s Reforms for Children on Medicaid Finally Take Shape

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“Cat Person,” Black Maternal Mortality, and Elf on the Shelf

Past Present Episode 112

In this week’s episode, Neil, Niki, and Natalia debate the viral New Yorker short story “Cat Person”, the disproportionately high maternal death rate among black women, and the Elf on the Shelf phenomenon. 

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How to Stop the Bleeding at New York’s Public Hospitals

Caring for the neediest and most vulnerable should be more equitably distributed

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The AHCA, Children’s Sleep, and Planets

Past Present Episode 77

In this week’s episode, Niki, Neil, and Natalia debate the fate of the American Health Care Act, the constructed nature of children’s sleep, and Pluto’s place among the planets.

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