KHN chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner discussed the current surge in COVID-19 cases, health policy in the election and the Affordable Care Act case before the Supreme Court with NPR’s “All Things Considered” on Sunday and WBUR’s “On Point.”
- Click here to hear Rovner on NPR
- Click here to hear Rovner on WBUR
- Listen to the Oct. 1 episode of KHN’s “What the Health?” podcast, hosted by Rovner: “Election Preview: What’s Next for Health?”
- Read Rovner’s “Biden’s Big Health Agenda Won’t Be Easy to Achieve”
Columnist and California Healthline senior correspondent Bernard Wolfson discussed the possible impact of Judge Amy Coney Barrett and the Supreme Court on the ACA with KPCC’s “Take Two” on Tuesday.
California Healthline correspondent Rachel Bluth discussed California’s Proposition 14 about stem cell research funding and Proposition 22 about classifying drivers for ride-share and delivry apps as independent contracts with KIQI 1010 AM’s “Hecho en California” on Friday.
- Click here to hear Bluth discuss Prop 14
- Read Bluth’s “Californians Asked to Pony Up for Stem Cell Research — Again“
- Click here to hear Bluth discuss Prop 22
- Read Bluth’s “App-Based Companies Pushing Prop. 22 Say Drivers Will Get Health Benefits. Will They?“
California Healthline correspondent Angela Hart discussed California’s Proposition 15 — the commercial property tax ballot measure — and what it means for public health funding with KIQI 1010 AM’s “Hecho en California” on Thursday.
- Click here to hear Hart on KIQI 1010 AM
- Read Hart’s “Health Care Groups Dive Into Property Tax Ballot Fight, Eyeing Public Health Money“
California Healthline correspondent Samantha Young discussed California’s Proposition 23 — the dialysis ballot measure — with KIQI 1010 AM’s “Hecho en California” on Thursday.
KHN senior Colorado correspondent Markian Hawryluk discussed how health care may shape the U.S. Senate race in Colorado with Colorado Public Radio’s “Colorado Matters” on Thursday.
- Click here to hear Hawryluk on Colorado Public Radio
- Read Hawryluk’s “Opposition to Obamacare Becomes Political Liability for GOP Incumbents”
KHN senior correspondent Sarah Jane Tribble discussed KHN’s “Where It Hurts” podcast and COVID-19 in rural America with NPR’s “Weekend Edition” on Oct. 17.
- Click here to hear Tribble on NPR
- Tribble hosts “No Mercy,” the first season of “Where It Hurts.” Click here to listen to Chapter One.