11/18/08: Health Care Lessons From California - Arnold offers his wisdom on reform
11/17/08: Excluded Voices - An interview with Theodore Marmor, public policy and political science professor at Yale and expert on the politics of Medicare
11/13/08: Baucus Watch, Part II - What’s really inside the senator’s health-care white paper?
11/11/08: A Laurel to the Philadelphia Inquirer - And its excellent series showing the plight of the uninsured
11/10/08: Two New Story Lines for Health Care - A march to victory or a rollback of ambitions?
11/06/08: Huckabee on Health, Again - The preacher and his sermon
11/04/08: Baucus Watch - A key senator on health reform holds a listening session
11/03/08: Divining Medicare’s Future - CBS takes a crack at what’s in store for seniors
10/30/08: Health Care Rationing Explained - The Syracuse Post-Standard dares to widen the debate
10/27/08: Now Who’s Crafting a Secret Health Plan? - Is Ted Kennedy really proposing socialized medicine?
10/27/08: Paging Dr. Gupta - How CNN’s doc misdiagnosed McCain’s health plan
10/23/08: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Tries to Redeem Itself - A better job on health care, but still a ways to go
10/20/08: Who’s Cutting What in Medicare? - A missing campaign issue suddenly surfaces
10/15/08: And Now From the Heartland . - KOLN/KGIN tries to explain health care
10/14/08: Health Care on the Mississippi, Part IX - Real people and the candidates’ plans—some conclusions
10/13/08: Let the Crystal-Balling Begin - More red meat needed from the Associated Press
10/08/08: Dissecting the Health Care Debate - What the candidates said and didn’t say
10/07/08: Twelve Questions About Health Care for Tonight’s Debate - There’s more to talk about than taxing benefits
10/06/08: Who Will Do the Best Job on Health Care? - Neither candidate, say 40 percent of the voters. What gives?
10/06/08: Stephanopoulos Snoozes, Public Loses - How about a little help for your viewers, George?
10/03/08: Sarah Palin on Health Care - Media take note: How about a good game of connect-the-dots?
10/03/08: A Sensitive Look at the Uninsured - Health care documentary drives home the financial crisis
10/02/08: A Story That We’d Rather Not See - A cop-out at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
10/01/08: Health Care on the Mississippi, Part VIII - Glenn Hall represents everything that’s wrong with American health insurance
09/24/08: A Laurel to the Columbus Dispatch - A newspaper gets real with real people
09/22/08: Health Care on the Mississippi, Part VII - Living with Medicare for a long time
09/17/08: Health Care on the Mississippi, Part VI - Paying out-of-pocket means postponing necessary procedures
09/16/08: McCain Under the Microscope - A major news outlet takes a look at his health plan—finally!
09/11/08: Which Little Piggy Got Left Out? - What Elizabeth Edwards said about John McCain’s health plan
09/10/08: A Laurel To NPR - Strong coverage on health care issues
09/08/08: Health Care on the Mississippi, Part V - For the Hernandez women, diabetes runs in the family
09/08/08: Bad News, Bad Story - How about some clarity from the AP?
09/03/08: Dissing Elizabeth Edwards - The media miss the real story—her health care message
09/02/08: McCain Surrogates Take To The Press - Shame on the Dallas Morning News
08/28/08: Postscript on Harry and Louise - Health reform takeaways from the convention
08/26/08: The Obamas and the Chicago Hospital Controversy - What it really says about health care
08/25/08: Harry and Louise Are Back Again - But the media miss the important subtext
08/25/08: Health Care on the Mississippi, Part IV - You can’t win for losing when it comes to health care
08/21/08: Health Care on the Mississippi, Part III - Heart attacks, knee replacement, and sudden unemployment
08/15/08: Health Care on the Mississippi, Part II - An aging father and his diabetic son
08/15/08: Health Care on the Mississippi - Real people and the candidates’ plans, Part I
08/12/08: Unhealthy Alliances between Hospitals and TV Stations - SPJ award goes to a courageous news director
08/08/08: McCain’s Health Proposals Under the Microscope, Part V - Does he really have a way to control costs?