Women's Health

    • First Edition: October 10, 2012

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has pledged that his presidential agenda does not include abortion legislation.

      (Daily Report) Oct 10, 2012

    • Senate Candidates Spar Over Medicare, Health Policies

      Campaign debates in Virginia and Michigan focus on Medicare and health issues while the GOP candidate in Ohio says he has not yet signed on to Republican plan to revamp Medicare.

      (Daily Report) Oct 09, 2012

    • First Edition: October 9, 2012

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports about how a new poll indicates GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney gained a significant bounce from last week's debate performance.

      (Daily Report) Oct 09, 2012

    • Progress, Obstacles and Lawsuits Affecting Health Law Implementation

      A stack of roadblocks confront federal officials implementing parts of the health care reform law including on health law exchanges, a free contraception coverage mandate rule and a board of Medicare spending growth board -- IPAB.

      (Daily Report) Oct 08, 2012

    • Study: Free Birth Control Lowered Abortion, Teen Birth Rates

      A new study that gave free birth control to low-income teens and women in St. Louis has found that the free contraception dramatically lowered rates for teen births and abortions.

      (Daily Report) Oct 05, 2012

    • Senate Races: McCaskill Surges; Rehberg, Tester Spar In Montana

      Meanwhile, Medicare is playing big in one Minnesota House race.

      (Daily Report) Oct 04, 2012

    • Debate Primer: Health Policy & The 2012 Election

      Here's a collection of resources from Kaiser Health News on the 2012 election and what's at stake for health care in America.

      (Daily Report) Oct 03, 2012

    • First Edition: October 2, 2012

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports about states' readiness to implement the health law.

      (Daily Report) Oct 02, 2012

    • Missouri, Wisconsin Senate Races Grab Headlines

      News outlets report on the Missouri Senate race pitting Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill against GOP challenger Todd Akin and the Wisconsin contest between Democratic Rep. Tammy Baldwin and former Gov. Tommy Thompson. In both cases, themes of the health law are playing an important role.

      (Daily Report) Oct 01, 2012

    • Abortion Laws Causing Confusion, Consternation

      In Indiana, abortion rights advocates are trying to change a law restricting abortions induced by prescribing a pill. Also in the news, a deadline nears for Planned Parenthood in Texas.

      (Daily Report) Oct 01, 2012