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Ask KHN-PolitiFact: Is My Cloth Mask Good Enough? The 2022 Edition

Article by KHN on Jan 12, 2022

Rebecca Grapevine, Georgia Health News and Andy Miller

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App Attempts to Break Barriers to Bankruptcy for Those in Medical Debt

Article by KHN on Jan 11, 2022

Blake Farmer, Nashville Public Radio

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Fire Closes Hospital and Displaces Staff as Colorado Battles Omicron

Article by KHN on Jan 11, 2022

Blake Farmer, Nashville Public Radio

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Clinics Say California’s New Medicaid Drug Program Will Force Them to Cut Services

Article by KHN on Jan 11, 2022

Blake Farmer, Nashville Public Radio

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Black-Owned Hospice Seeks to Bring Greater Ease in Dying to Black Families

Article by KHN on Jan 10, 2022

Blake Farmer, Nashville Public Radio

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Supreme Court Weighs Biden’s Workplace Vaccine Requirements

Article by KHN on Jan 07, 2022

Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News

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California Ballot Will Be Heavy on Health Care

Article by KHN on Jan 07, 2022

Samantha Young

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KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Contagion Confusion

Article by KHN on Jan 06, 2022

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South Dakota Voters to Decide Medicaid Expansion

Article by KHN on Jan 06, 2022

Judith Graham

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Why an HBCU Med School Decided to Put CARES Act Money Into Students’ Pockets

Article by KHN on Jan 04, 2022

Blake Farmer, Nashville Public Radio

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‘Then the Bill Came’: Year 4 of KHN-NPR’s Bill of the Month Is a Wrap

Article by KHN on Dec 25, 2021

In 2021, more than 880 of you submitted ideas for KHN-NPR’s Bill of the Month investigative series, trusting us with two of the most personal topics in life: your health and your money. We are deeply grateful. Our trove of bills and stories — building steadily to nearly 5,000 since February 2018 — tells us that American health care’s financial toll is a burden for far too many people, and that our health system is often better at promoting its own financial interests than protecting the public.

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