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stated on August 23, 2023 in una publicación en Facebook
“Si ganas menos de $50,000 al año” puedes calificar para un crédito de salud y usarlo para “lo que sea”.
stated on August 23, 2023 in a social media post
“Norway, Finland, Sweden, Holland, and the UK have now banned gender transition surgery for minors.”
stated on August 29, 2023 in a speech at the White House
“According to the Congressional Budget Office,” the Inflation Reduction Act “will save the federal government $160 billion over the next 10 years because Medicare will be paying less for the prescription drugs they’re making available to seniors.”
Citizens Against Government Waste
stated on August 7, 2023 in a political ad
A bill sponsored by U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders would “increase government control” of pharmacy benefit managers and is a “radical health care takeover.”
stated on July 26, 2023 in a Facebook post
Doctors in the Netherlands “ordered” to euthanize “citizens with autism and other minor disabilities, even if the patient does not currently express any desire to die."
stated on July 19, 2023 in a press release.
“Tens of millions of Americans live in communities where they cannot find a doctor while others have to wait months to be seen.”
stated on June 26, 2023 in una publicación en Facebook
"Si lleva más de 6 meses viviendo en Estados Unidos puede solicitar implantes dentales sin coste alguno".
stated on July 11, 2023 in a Facebook post
“Stop getting mammograms immediately as they are outdated and dangerous!” Thermography “is a safer way to test for breast cancer!”
stated on June 19, 2023 in a video
Video shows Tucker Carlson advertising Affordable Care Act subsidies.
stated on May 10, 2023 in una publicación en Facebook
Científicos descubren que al “consumir 3 tazas de leche diaria, las personas tienen más riesgos de desarrollar cáncer de mama”.
stated on June 6, 2023 in a screenshot on Instagram
“Pfizer funneled $12 million to CNN anchor Anderson Cooper as part of a deal to promote mRNA COVID jabs to the American public.”
stated on April 24, 2023 in Public appearance
The COVID vaccine “has been proven to have negative efficacy.”
stated on May 17, 2023 in a tweet
"Americans will get $1.1 B in rebates from health insurance companies this year cuz of a provision I wrote in the ACA.”
Derrick Van Orden
stated on April 13, 2023 in Radio interview
On exceptions to Wisconsin's abortion ban
Kelda Helen Roys
stated on April 26, 2023 in Twitter
Infertility is treated differently than other issues and "often excluded from insurance coverage"
stated on April 30, 2023 in an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union”
"We pay by far the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs, in some cases 10 times more than the people of any other country."
stated on April 25, 2023 in una publicación en Facebook
“El Congreso ha aprobado un seguro de salud gratis con cobertura médica, dental y de visión”.
stated on April 26, 2023 in a House floor speech
Addressing the impact of the House GOP debt-ceiling bill on veterans’ programs, "I'm dead serious that we're not cutting veterans, and I mean it."
stated on April 14, 2023 in a speech to the National Rifle Association
"In the 1960s, liberals emptied our psych wards."
stated on April 18, 2023 in a Tweet
Missouri’s attorney general has a website “where people can report trans individuals and the people who help them.”
CDC faces conundrum over recommending new COVID-19 booster for all
By Arthur Allen • September 12, 2023
How health incidents like Bronny James’ cardiac arrest fuel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation
By Madison Czopek • July 31, 2023
Fact-check: Does milk consumption increase breast cancer risk? More research is needed, experts say
By Maria Briceño • June 19, 2023
Pence's point on gender-affirming care for minors ignores parental consent rules for tattoos
By Grace Abels • June 14, 2023
Is new Missouri rule a ‘ban’ on transgender adults? It imposes major health care access barriers
By Grace Abels • April 24, 2023
End of COVID-19 emergency will usher in health system changes
By Rachana Pradhan • March 23, 2023
For New York counties, a lot of money at stake in Hochul's Medicaid move
By Jill Terreri Ramos • March 11, 2023
Era of ‘free’ COVID-19 vaccines, test kits, and treatments is ending. Who will pay the tab now?
By Julie Appleby • February 13, 2023
As pandemic-era provisions lapse, millions of Americans to lose Medicaid
By Phil Galewitz • February 2, 2023
With Roe reversed and Congress deadlocked, states take up new abortion laws
By Julie Rovner • January 23, 2023
Joe Biden is halfway through his term. Here's how many campaign promises he's kept so far.
By Louis Jacobson • January 19, 2023
Checking claims in Iowa Gov. Reynolds’ sixth Condition of the State address
By Emily Delgado • January 11, 2023
As they fight misinformation, public health agencies try to restore trust
By Lauren Sausser • January 4, 2023
Florida leaders misrepresented research before ban on gender-affirming care
By Yacob Reyes • December 2, 2022
Fact-checking Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker in Georgia's Senate race
By Louis Jacobson • November 4, 2022
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers scores mixed bag on promises as first term winds down
By D.L. Davis • October 17, 2022
When does life begin? As state laws define it, science, politics and religion clash
By Sarah Varney • September 6, 2022
Fact-checking Joe Biden’s speech about democracy before the 2022 midterms
By Louis Jacobson • September 2, 2022
Social media posts criticize 988 suicide hotline for calling police. Here’s what you need to know.
By Aneri Pattani • August 11, 2022
Three things about the abortion debate that many people get wrong
By Julie Rovner • August 5, 2022
Latest promises about Health Care
Rebuild health stockpiles to be ready for crises
Reduce high maternal mortality rate
Create national center to reduce veteran suicide
Lower cost of prescription drugs
Increase access to VA care beyond 5-year eligibility for combat veterans
Repeal Hyde Amendment
Reduce health uninsured rate for African Americans
Work to codify Roe v. Wade
Get COVID-19 under control
Repeal law barring Medicare from negotiating lower drug prices
Guarantee 12 weeks paid family and medical leave
Load more promises about Health Care