Latinos, Millennials Among Groups Least Likely to Have Health Insurance

Latinos, Millennials Among Groups Least Likely to Have Health Insurance

NewsTaco May 9, 2017

*Why you should read this: Because this information is vital as the  debate about healthcare intensifies in Washington. Because “Latinos . . . are much more likely than non-Latinos to […]

Republicans unveil their health care proposal, it looks like Obamacare light

NewsTaco March 7, 2017

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco (2.5 minute read)   This is going to be a little heavy on policy, because it needs to be today. The GOP has revealed its version of […]

The Supreme Court Minus Scalia, a case breakdown

NewsTaco February 15, 2016

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco (5.5 minute read) The big news over the weekend is the passing of Supreme Court (SCOTUS) Justice Antonin Scalia. There’s been a relentless stream of reports […]

Don’t Miss These Government Deadlines

NewsTaco September 28, 2015

SPONSORED CONTENT (NAPS)—When it comes to the federal government, getting what you need and meeting your obligations, some dates and times can be particularly important. Here’s a look at a few you should know. […]

5 Reasons Latinos Could Be The Most Powerful Transformation Of The U.S. Health System

NewsTaco August 5, 2015

*I like the way the story frames Latinos as a transformative force. We are agents of change and we need to be telling that story often. This piece makes a […]

States’ Rights, Individual Liberties and Other American Falsehoods

NewsTaco July 27, 2015

By Dr. Henry Flores, NewsTaco I think it is about time to drive spikes into the cracks of some of these American fabrications.  Apologists and supporters of States’ Rights and […]

Why Is Texas ‘Really’ Not Expanding the Medicaid Program?

NewsTaco May 13, 2015

By Juan H. Flores, NewsTaco Texas legislators are holding firm in their decision not to accept the 66 billion in federal dollars available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to expand […]