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  • Since Dobbs, Few Large Firms Have Changed Their Plan’s Abortion Coverage Policy

    A new KFF analysis shows that relatively few (8%) large firms (with 200+ workers) offering health benefits report reducing or expanding coverage for abortion since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

  • Three Questions About Medicaid Unwinding

    Ten months into the unwinding of the Medicaid continuous enrollment provision, states have conducted renewals for roughly half of all enrollees in the program. KFF examines three key questions to monitor as unwinding continues.

  • Gun Violence Impact on Children, Adolescents

    This brief explores the disproportionate impacts of gun violence on children of color and male youth and the negative mental health consequences associated with gun violence. It contains current and trend data on firearm death rates among children and adolescents ages 17 and under.

  • Beyond the Data by Drew Altman

    In his regular Beyond the Data columns, CEO Drew Altman discusses what the data, polls, and journalism produced by KFF mean for policy and for people. 

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