Karen Davenport


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Making Things Worse Report
From left, Sen. John McCain, (R-AZ), Sen Lamar Alexander, (R-TN), and Sen. Tom Coburn, (R-OK), listen during the health care reform meeting at the Blair House in Washington, February 25, 2010. McCain and Coburn have both supported proposals to eliminate current tax preferences for employer-sponsored insurance. (AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Making Things Worse

Karen Davenport explains that conservatives' actual reform proposals would exacerbate already existing problems in our health care system.

Karen Davenport

Health Reform that Works for Kids Report
Policymakers must consider the needs of children in any health reform proposal. (AP/Ron Heflin)

Health Reform that Works for Kids

As policymakers consider options for health reform, they must remember to watch out for the needs of children, too, writes Karen Davenport.

Karen Davenport

Assuring Access to Employer-Provided Health Coverage Testimony
Patti Carter, left, owner of a small mail service business, and Ward Moser sort customers' mail. Escalating costs and coverage gaps in the employer market suggest that as we seek to provide all Americans with guaranteed, affordable health insurance, we must find solutions for those with employer-sponsored coverage as well as the uninsured. (AP/Elaine Thompson)

Assuring Access to Employer-Provided Health Coverage

CAP Action Director of Health Policy Karen Davenport testifies before the House Committee on Education and Labor on making employer-provided coverage accessible and affordable.

Karen Davenport