Slate invites readers to find a way to pass the health care reform bill.
Why stripped-down “consensus” health reform probably won’t happen.
How Romneycare killed Obamacare.
Why do we pretend that an insurance mandate will help the health care crisis?
How Scott Brown’s victory in Massachusetts will kill health reform.
Don’t blame labor for whittling down the tax on high-end health insurance.
The White House is always taking a “moreactive role” in health reform negotiations. This time it may be true.
In praise of the anti-filibuster movement.
Should the feds take over Medicaid?
Is the economic downturn improving Americans’ health?
Six health care provisions that still need to be hammered out.
How Congress will get insurers to spend money on actual health care.
Why the House-Senate conference should lose the tax on high-value “Cadillac” health insurance.
The statistical games behind “off-label” prescription drug use.
A gun-nut win on health reform.
The deal that won Sen. Harry Reid (we think) a filibuster-proof majority for health reform.
Why liberals won’t get anything for giving up the public option.
Slate’s interactive guide to what’s in the new public-option alternative.
Isn’t a Medicare buy-in more “socialistic” than a public option?
Slate tracks every amendment to the Senate’s health care reform bill.