Julie Rovner

Kaiser Health News

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Julie Rovner is a senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News. She is a former long-time health policy correspondent for NPR,

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The Health and Human Services Department has told clinics like Planned Parenthood that if they want to keep receiving federal funds, they can’t refer their patients for abortions.

The future of Planned Parenthood with no federal funding

The Health and Human Services Department has told clinics like Planned Parenthood that if they want to keep receiving federal funds, they can’t refer their patients for abortions.

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Insurance company subsidies are key to the Affordable Care Act. After President Trump cut them last week, he called Obamacare "virtually dead."

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Insurance company subsidies are key to the Affordable Care Act. After President Trump cut them last week, he called Obamacare "virtually dead."

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Republicans concede they broke seven years of promises last night when the Senate failed to pass so-called "skinny repeal" of Obamacare.

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Republicans concede they broke seven years of promises last night when the Senate failed to pass so-called "skinny repeal" of Obamacare.

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