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  • Exploring Racial Disparities in Health Coverage

    The federal government and many states have identified health equity as a priority for the Medicaid program. This issue brief explores how Medicaid can help address racial health disparities through improved coverage and other initiatives.

  • Poll Examines Views and Knowledge of Abortion and the Supreme Court

    Nearly a year after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, this poll examines views of abortion and the Supreme Court, and knowledge about mifepristone, a medication abortion drug. It also takes an early look at the potential role abortion could play in the 2024 election.

  • What Could New Anti-Obesity Drugs Mean for Medicare?

    New medications could be transformative for people who struggle with obesity and related medical conditions, but current law prohibits Medicare from covering drugs prescribed for weight loss. This analysis examines the tradeoffs involved if Medicare were to cover them, and what role the Inflation Reduction Act could play in curbing costs.

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