Last Friday, the Washington Monthly released a major investigatory piece by Alicia Mundy about the 2014 VA “scandal”—the one in which scores of veterans were said to have died as a result of lengthy wait times to see VA doctors. Mundy’s story shows that these allegations were baseless–that they were cooked up by a Koch… Read more »
Inside the Koch brothers’ campaign to invent a scandal and dismantle the country’s most successful health care system.
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Congress shouldn’t bypass a groundbreaking opportunity to support medical research.
More than 5.7 million young Americans have become insured since 2010.