8.7.23 / Updates

ICYMI: A Public Option Could Increase the National Deficit by $1.2 Trillion

7.6.23 / Updates

WTAS: Government-Controlled Health Insurance Systems Don’t Work at Any Level

6.27.23 / Updates

ICYMI: A Public Option Could Severely Limit Coverage Options for Consumers  

6.23.23 / Updates

ICYMI: New Polling Highlights Lack of Support for Government-Controlled Health

5.25.23 / Updates

ICYMI: Medicare for All is Back, But Not Going Anywhere 

5.17.23 / Updates

Partnership: Americans Deserve Better than Unaffordable, One-Size-Fits-All

4.26.23 / Updates

ICYMI: Public Option Reforms Aren’t Working for States 

4.11.23 / Updates

ICYMI: Building on What’s Working: America Has the Foundation to Transform

3.28.23 / Updates

WTAS: Government-Run Systems are not the Future of Health Care

3.24.23 / Updates

ICYMI: States Continue to Hit Roadblocks with Public Option

3.15.23 / Updates

WTAS: One-Size-Fits-All Approach Noticeably Absent from Health Care Debate

3.1.23 / Updates

ICYMI: State Government-Controlled Public Option Systems Continue to Struggle

1.26.23 / Updates

ICYMI: Building on our Current System Has Led to 16.3 Million Americans

12.20.22 / Updates

ICYMI: New Polling Shows that Voters Support Building on our Current System

12.1.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Building on Our Current System Has Led to Historic Coverage Gains  

11.14.22 / Updates

Partnership for America’s Health Care Future Statement on Working with the

10.27.22 / Updates

ICYMI:  Building on Our Current System is the Future of Health Care 

9.22.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Blog: The Path Forward in Health Care: Building on The Strengths of our

9.13.22 / Blog / Updates

Blog: The Path Forward in Health Care: Building on The Strengths of our

8.1.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Public Option Could Exacerbate Health Care Workforce Shortages,

7.21.22 / Updates

New Report: National Public Option Could Lead to Increased Health Care

6.23.22 / Updates

Statement on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Approval

6.22.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Polling Continues to Show Voter Prefer Building on our Current Health

4.27.22 / Press Releases / Updates

New Report: ‘Medicare at 60’ Could Create Higher Costs and Threaten Access

4.7.22 / Updates

 What They Are Saying: Let’s Build On and Strengthen our Current Health

3.23.22 / Updates

The Strength and Opportunity Within Our Health Care System 

2.25.22 / Updates

What We Are Not Talking About in 2022: Creating New Government-Controlled

2.22.22 / Updates

Public Option Watch: NPR: ‘The 1st public option health plan in the U.S.

2.3.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Single-Payer Health Care Falls in California

1.14.22 / Updates

What Others Are Saying: The Costs of One-Size-Fits-All, Single-Payer Health

12.17.21 / Updates

What We Learned in 2021: Lawmakers and Voters Prefer Building on What’s

12.10.21 / Updates

ICYMI: Latest Polling Shows Voters Prefer Building on What’s Working 

12.6.21 / Updates

VOTER VITALS November 2021 Edition – A Health Care Tracking Poll

11.30.21 / Updates

What They Are Saying: Government-Controlled Health Insurance Proposals Could

11.23.21 / Updates

ICYMI: Millions of Uninsured Americans are Eligible for Coverage Through Our

11.19.21 / News / Updates

ICYMI: The Public Option Could Worsen Rural Health Disparities, Produce

11.16.21 / News / Updates

ICYMI: The Real Costs of the Public Option 

11.9.21 / News / Updates

ICYMI: Building on What’s Working Leads to Record-Low Premiums

11.3.21 / Updates

Support for Our Current Health Care System Has Never Been Higher

10.27.21 / Updates

ICYMI: Building On What’s Working in Health Care Is Most Effective Way

7.26.23 / News

The Hill: Proposed Medicare cuts jeopardize access to care for patients and

7.26.23 / News

Forbes: Take An X To The Public Health Insurance Option

5.9.23 / News

Newsweek: Stop the Affordable Care Act Death by 1,000 cuts