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  • Can States Ban Emergency Abortion Care?

    On April 24, 2024, the Supreme Court heard the second case this term involving access to abortion about whether the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act preempts state abortion laws and requires hospitals that accept Medicare to provide abortion care.

  • Virtual Event: Changes to Medicaid Policies Amid Unwinding

    Join KFF on Thursday, June 20, at 2 p.m. ET, for a virtual event focused on changes to eligibility policies, renewal processes, and other actions from states during the unwinding and the impact they may have on the future of the Medicaid program. State and federal Medicaid experts will join to share their experiences during the unwinding and plans for the months and years ahead.

  • Key Data on Health and Health Care, by Race and Ethnicity

    Racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care remain a persistent challenge in the U.S. Our updated resource examines how people of color fare compared to White people across 64 measures of health, health care, and social determinants of health.

  • 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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