Yeah. I didn’t think so. But I wrote this for CT Health Investigative Team, anyway.
…and guess what’s coming up in health care. I wrote this for the CT Health Investigative Team. And I really hope no one remembers it in December, just in case everything I guessed was wrong.
The Spanish government has cut funding to programs that provide health care to undocumented workers. Now see if you can figure out what the health care providers are saying in this ads.
I agree with Sharon, who put this on Facebook and then I stole it. This sounds like single-payer to me: Everybody in. Nobody out.
…from Margaret and Helen: Texas has several peanut-pecker laws that make access to healthcare more difficult, more expensive and more degrading for women. Texas requires that abortions after 16 weeks take place in licensed ambulatory surgical centers even though there is no medical reason for that. The only reason is that ambulatory surgical centers are expensive …