01/07/10: Kudos to The Charleston (West Virginia) Gazette - For localizing the great big health reform story
01/04/10: Dust-up at The Washington Post - And new questions about the new news services
01/04/10: Best of 2009: Trudy Lieberman - Lieberman picks her top stories from 2009
12/23/09: Setting the Record Straight - The president, the press, and the public option
12/22/09: An Oops at USA Today - Exactly what was Ben Nelson’s position?
12/17/09: The Devil in the Details, Part IV - Who benefits from wellness incentives—an overweight colleague, your boss, insurers, or you?
12/15/09: Covering Joe - Is Lieberman a villain, or just taking care of the folks at home?
12/15/09: A Shout-out to the Associated Press - For exposing a big loophole in the health reform bill
12/14/09: The Next Most Underreported Health Reform Story - What will happen to SCHIP?
12/09/09: The Botox Beat - Using the press to fight a proposed tax on cosmetic surgery
12/08/09: What’s So Public about a Public Plan? - The language says it all
12/07/09: The Most Underreported Health Reform Story - And the senator from Nebraska
12/04/09: The Headlines Tell Us Everything - The Congressional Budget Office weighs in on premiums
12/03/09: Yes, Virginia, There Really Are Cost Controls - What miracle will bring down the price of medical care?
11/30/09: The Man in the Middle - What Jeremy Devor’s story tells us about health reform
11/25/09: Missing Persons Redux - Insuring those at the very bottom
11/24/09: The Devil in the Details, Part III - Do the House and Senate bills really count as insurance reform?
11/23/09: Ron Wyden Speaks Out - Straight talk on affordability from Oregon’s senior senator
11/18/09: Laurel to the Missoulian - For telling the human story of health reform
11/16/09: Missing Persons - How will reform affect ordinary folks?
11/13/09: Do Doctors Always Tell the Truth? - No, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
11/11/09: Infant Mortality, Abortion, and WellPoint’s Tonik Policy - It’s dot-connection time for the media
11/10/09: The Doctors and the Disabled - Have the doctors won on fee cuts?
11/10/09: The Disabled and the Doctors - People with disabilities will still have to wait for Medicare
11/05/09: The Price of Medical Services - Is the conversation finally starting?
11/04/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part IX - What does the public say?
11/02/09: The Devil in the Details, Part I - Who can afford health insurance after reform?
10/30/09: The Times Misses the Mark - A health care lobbyist puff piece that goes nowhere
10/27/09: Dr. Coca-Cola on Call - The king of Coke teams up with the family docs
10/26/09: Truth Emerges about the Public Option - Who really will be allowed to join?
10/26/09: The Latest News from Massachusetts - Obama comes to talk about energy, not health care
10/22/09: Who Will Be at the Table? Part Seventeen - The docs are back for their piece of the pie
10/20/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part VII - Unintended consequences for patients
10/15/09: CJR’s Town Hall Meetings, Part VI - The view from Union Station, Washington D.C.
10/13/09: The Insurers’ Grand Strategy - More well-timed studies to influence the pols and the polls
10/12/09: Who Will Be at the Table? Part Sixteen - Fighting a soda tax
10/09/09: WellPoint versus the State of Maine - Forget Olympia Snowe, there’s other news in the north country
10/08/09: The Devil in the Details, Part I - The tug-of-war over penalties for not buying coverage
10/07/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part VII - Unintended consequences for small business
10/02/09: Baucus Watch, Part XVI - What we should have known all along
09/30/09: Journalism in the Heartland - A shout out to the Kansas City Star and the Salina (Kan.) Journal
09/29/09: CJR’s Town Hall Meetings: Scranton, Pennsylvania - The view from an Italian festival
09/27/09: Baucus Watch, Part XV - What’s the senator hiding in his bill?
09/25/09: A Dart to Health Affairs - Policy journal jumps in bed with Aetna
09/23/09: Baucus Watch, Part XIV - The senator confronts the affordability question
09/22/09: When a Tax Is a Tax - The New York Times explains
09/21/09: The President versus Stephanopoulos - When is a tax not a tax?
09/20/09: Medical Homes? You’ve Got To Be Kidding - The new health care dialect
09/18/09: Examining the Individual Mandate - The Wall Street Journal takes a hard look in Massachusetts
09/16/09: Health Reform Lessons from Massachusetts, Part VI - The canary in the coal mine
09/14/09: Who Will Be at the Table? Part Fifteen - The gun owners come out of the woodwork
09/11/09: CJR’s Town Hall Meetings: Columbia, Missouri - The view from Main Street