Op-Ed: California needs clinical data to see the most vulnerable
Jarrod McNaughton | Jun 10, 2022 | California
The kids are not all right. The more dangerous Delta COVID variant is far from the only health crisis our children are facing. Reports are showing that children are struggling with mental health, food insecurity, and obesity and backsliding on routine vaccinations. In California, we likely don’t know today the
Nick McGee is a Senior Director of Public Affairs at the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). In this op-ed, he explains PhRMA's position on Colorado's efforts to import prescription drugs from Canada. Public polling shows that addressing the COVID-19 pandemic and bringing the economy back were
Dr. Camille Samujh is a practicing physician anesthesiologist in the Western Washington area. She completed her anesthesia residency training in New York City and also holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Washington. She wrote the following op-ed on policy solutions to end surprise medical billing.
Jackie Boschok is the president of the Washington State Alliance for Retired Americans. Boschok wrote the following op-ed on access, cost, safety, and a provision of S. 1895 (the Lower Health Care Costs Act) which impacts the nongovernmental organization U.S. Pharmacopeia. This past spring, Washington passed a law to establish
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