The politics around the Affordable Care Act and the state of the American healthcare system in general are in constant flux. These sites can help you keep track of the ever-changing situation.
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National Public Radio reports on challenges to and changes in the Affordable Care Act, and often explores different aspects of the American healthcare system.
Stories from the New York Times on healthcare policy, economics and the human dimension of these issues. If you don't have a NY Times subscription you can access the full text of articles through the Pace library here.
Countable: Countable is a relatively new site that will keep you informed about what bills are being voted on in Congress, help you contact your representatitves, and let you know how your representatives voted.
Popvox: Popvox keeps you updated on bills at the federal and state level and helps you contact representatives and share information with your networks.
Indivisible: A guide created by former Congressional staffers after the presidential election with practical advice for making Congress listen and resisting Trump's agenda.