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  • Half of All U.S. States Limit or Prohibit Youth Access to Gender Affirming Care

    As of May 21, 2024, half of all U.S. states have enacted a law that prohibits or limits youth access to gender affirming care. This Data Note examines the uptick in this lawmaking, which was slow at first but then quickened, increasing 7-fold in an eight-month period in 2023.

  • KFF’s New Health Misinformation and Trust Initiative 

    Our new initiative will monitor the latest developments in health misinformation, poll regularly and deeply about how misinformation is affecting the American people, and mobilize the news media interested in health misinformation. It also includes the Health Misinformation Monitor, a twice-a-month briefing.More

  • Examining Medicaid Eligibility, Enrollment, and Renewal Policies

    KFF’s survey of state Medicaid officials shows that the unwinding of pandemic enrollment protections in Medicaid helped accelerate states’ expansion of eligibility for key groups and adoption of policy and system changes to streamline renewal processes for enrollees.

  • 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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