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The introduction of the birth control pill in 1960 gave women increased power to plan their futures and participate in the economy.
The SUPPORT Act, aimed at addressing the opioid crisis, was signed into law on October 24.
Internet access is especially limited for low-income households and Medicaid enrollees in Arkansas.
Fewer than 1 in 10 part-time, private-sector employees are eligible for employer coverage in Arkansas.
Federal opioid legislation was passed earlier this month and is awaiting the president’s signature.
Expanding short-term health plans could raise ACA-compliant insurance premiums by 18 percent.
Leaders are seeking to change the picture of mental health in Tulsa, which ranks 15th in the nation in suicides.
A January 2018 survey provides a picture of women’s experiences with family planning safety net clinics like Planned Parenthood.
Structural forces in our society push some groups of people into poorer, sicker, and shorter lives.
From 2011 and 2017, units of medication for treating opioid use disorder and overdoses paid for by Medicaid increased 183 percent.

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