When I found out I was pregnant, one of the very first things I worried about was how to find a way to juggle family and work — which meant finding child care.
The GOP twice failed to pass health care legislation this year. The bills fell short for many reasons, but I see an important one: By including drastic cuts to Medicaid benefits in their bills, Republican leaders picked a fight with the disability community.
Our current health care system in the United States works just fine — for the corporate executives who run it.
Rather than a health care system, our country’s leaders have kept us shackled to a “corporate care” system.
What’s the largest personal stake a U.S. president has ever had in legislation he signed into law? Whatever it was, it’ll be dwarfed by what Donald Trump’s signature will be worth — to himself — if Congress passes his proposed tax plan and puts it on his desk.