Sarah Kliff covers health policy for the Washington Post. Sarah joined the Post in August 2011 from Politico, where she authored Politico Pulse, a daily health policy tipsheet. Prior to Politico, Sarah was a staff writer at Newsweek covering national politics. Her writing has appeared in National Geographic, the BBC, Humanities Magazine and St. Louis Magazine. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Kaiser Family Foundation and University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism.
This was, according to the Oregonian, the fourth time the city has voted against fluoridation since 1956.
"Will my family be eligible for subsidies? And if so, can I only access them if I sign up for a health exchange plan?"
Americans shopping for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act next year might hit an unexpected obstacle: The requirement to have a bank account.
"Anti-fluoride members of the community hired private detectives to find some 'dirt' on the Superintendent and were ultimately successful in driving him out of town."