By Molly M. Ginty
Thursday, August 26, 2004
Women's eNews asked health specialist Molly M. Ginty to carefully examine the state of health insurance in the U.S. and plans supported by President George W. Bush and Democratic nominee John Kerry. The result was the following in-depth analysis.
U.S. Women Lack Health Insurance, Access to Care
The first of a series on health insurance and women: Women's eNews looks at research by the Kaiser Family Foundation that shows that a significant number of U.S. women under 64 lack health insurance and that others face barriers to adequate care.
Candidates Offer Very Different Health Care Plans
As George W. Bush and John Kerry go into the election season, they take very different approaches to healthcare policy. In a second in a series on health insurance and women, Women's eNews looks at their two plans.
Medicaid Coverage Disappears for Low Income Women
In the third article of a series on health insurance and women, Women's eNews examines a new report that shows states are restricting Medicaid coverage for low-income women.
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