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Healthcare Reform Updates and Key Sources 

  

 

 

This section of the website is under development and previous material has been archived. 

Key Sources for exploring and following the issues:  reliable, well-researched and updated

Kaiser Family Foundation  - Kaiser Health News - Repeal and Replace Watch is an essential source.    
Families USA    
Commonwealth Fund 

Key Sources for exploring and following the issues:  reliable, well-researched and updated

Kaiser Family Foundation  - Kaiser Health News - Repeal and Replace Watch is an essential source.    
Families USA    
Commonwealth Fund 
For reporting on developments in Congress:
Health Reform Votes has a useful tool for tracking how your representatives have  voted on key healthcare legislation.  It includes relevant contact information. 
Updates:
Kaiser Foundation podcast discussing key changes in the Republicans' proposals and the prospects for passage of the latest bill. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   


Archived material

We have now archived most of the material we produced for the campaign for the passage of the Healthcare Reform Bill. This material not only has historical value, but can also remind us of the issues debated and the varied forms activism can take.

To get access to the Obama Whitehouse archive on  Healthcare go here

 Just as throughout the 2010 election campaign, the last legislative session, and the 2012 election, the Republicans have put the issue of healthcare reform at the top of their destructive agenda. Despite the fact that the Affordable Care Act was passed into law, subject to Supreme Court scrutiny and then fully debated in the 2012 Presidential Election - which they emphatically lost, the Republicans persist:  holding the US government, economy and people to ransom over their ideologically-driven attempt to circumvent normal democrat procedures.

There are archives on: 

  • the proposals for healthcare reform that were on the table in Congress; 
  • information resources on the issues under debate and analyses of the options;
  • ideas and proposals for action to take to influence the discussions and legislation 'back home'
  • The Supreme Court decision: background ,      ,  debates,  the outcome and analyses at the SCOTUSblog• analyses of the current impact and projected play out of the reforms
    •challenges and changes to healthcare reform: Republican attacks and the Democratic fightback.
    • analyses of the current impact and projected play out of the reforms
    •challenges and changes to healthcare reform: Republican attacks and the Democratic fightback.
                                           

 

 

Disclaimer: The information provided here  is intended for educational use and offered as a public service. Any views expressed should not be understood as representing or reflecting  the views of Democrats Abroad UK, Democrats Abroad  or the Democratic Party of the United States. Links to other organizations or publications imply neither endorsement of their policies nor any association with the Democratic Party or Democrats Abroad - UK.

Produced by Elaine Capizzi - updated June 2017

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