Flurry of Laws Enacted on Women’s Access to Health Care

As Washington moved to reduce federal funding for women’s health, the battle over affordable birth control and other women’s health services shifted to state capitals. Read More

AIDS in D.C.

Over the past decade, Washington, D.C., has cut by three-quarters the number of people testing positive for AIDS. Read More

Helping Cops Cope

  • July 20, 2017
  • Stateline Story
  • By Mindy Fetterman
For decades, police have kept silent about the toll trauma takes on them, their families and their careers. But that is changing.  Read More
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Medicaid’s claim on each state-generated dollar in fiscal year 2015—4.5 cents more than in 2000.

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