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"There’s a disease that’s killing our parents and no one seems to be doing anything about it." —Seth Rogen on Alzheimer’s.
5.2 million Americans have Alzheimer’s—a disease without any treatment, cure or prevention. The disease could affect 16 million Americans by 2050, costing $1.2 trillion.
Per the Washington Post: President Obama just laid off contractor CGI, the company that botched healthcare.gov, weeks after a Newsweek investigation into how the global company messed up a pivotal piece of the Administration’s legacy.
Yesterday’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act was a “supreme win for women,” as our story by Jessica Arons, the director of the Women’s Health and Rights Program at the Center for American Progress, helpfully explains.
Pretty wild, right? There’s more.
[Edit: If you’re reading this out of the dashboard, it looks weird. Sorry!]
This is genius.
Your tumblr is hiding just behind the cameras. Ask us a question! We’ll give you a shout-out on air.
These are just a few of the people who could get the shaft if the Supreme Court axes the Affordable Care Act:
So we’re screwed a few times over, huh. Great!
"The Life of Julia" is pretty much a slam-dunk for the Obama communications campaign.
Another reason to like Obamacare.
The Obama campaign is pushing hard this week—on tumblr and twitter—to win hearts and minds in advance of what now sort-of-kind-of appears to possibly be a Supreme Court ruling against the President’s individual mandate clause.
We’ve got MIT economist Jonathan Gruber stopping by for a live chat on the site today at 1 pm ET. He’s the guy who helped Mitt Romney draft Romneycare in Massachusetts, so should be a pretty good opportunity to figure out what the heck has been going on at the high court these last two days. Chat here at 1pm ET.