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Let’s talk about gender

(I promise, I’m going to get back to the ACA bill real soon now. This is just some collected thoughts I’ve been meaning to write about) Let’s start here: When I was little, I don’t think I was a little … Continue reading

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What’s in the ACA anyway? [part 6]

Welcome back! We’ve gotten through the general reforms and are ready to tackle the exchange. As always, you can follow along at congress.gov, which offers a (very dry) summary and a (even drier) full text version. Title III (continued) Specific Medicare … Continue reading

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What’s in the ACA anyway? [part 5]

Welcome back! We’ve gotten through the general reforms and are ready to tackle the exchange. As always, you can follow along at congress.gov, which offers a (very dry) summary and a (even drier) full text version. Sorry for the gap between … Continue reading

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Brief Interruption: Climate Change

I’m still working on the next ACA post. I just wanted to leave this here before it was purged from the internet on Trump’s orders: National Park Services Report: Cultural Resources Climate Change Strategy

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What’s in the ACA anyway? [part 4]

Welcome back! We’ve gotten through the general reforms and are ready to tackle the exchange. As always, you can follow along at congress.gov, which offers a (very dry) summary and a (even drier) full text version. Public Programs We’re on Title … Continue reading

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What’s in the ACA anyway? [Part 3]

Welcome back! We’ve gotten through the general reforms and are ready to tackle the exchange. As always, you can follow along at congress.gov, which offers a (very dry) summary and a (even drier) full text version. So. Taxes. Can I be … Continue reading

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What’s in the ACA anyway? [Part 2]

Welcome back! We’ve gotten through the general reforms and are ready to tackle the exchange. As always, you can follow along at congress.gov, which offers a (very dry) summary and a (even drier) full text version. Today we’re talking about the … Continue reading

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