The Gaping Hole in Pope Francis’ Anti-Poverty Agenda

By Jessica González-Rojas “This papacy begins with a name,” wrote Howard Chua-Eoan and Elizabeth Dias in their 2013 “Person of the Year” profile of Pope Francis for Time Magazine. Indeed, when the man formerly known ...
by Guest Contributor


EACH Woman Act a Game-changer for Latinas

By Kimberly Inez McGuire As a Latina, it’s easy to be cynical about politics these days. Whether we are talking about the failure of Congress to pass meaningful immigration reform or the unprecedented assaults on reproduc...
by Guest Contributor


SCOTUS saves Obamacare: subsidies to purchase health insurance will continue

On Thursday, in a 6-3 ruling the Supreme Court ruled that Americans who receive federal subsidies to purchase health insurance on exchanges will get to keep them. In writing for the majority, Chief Justice John Roberts said, &#...
by Adriana Maestas



Obamacare opponent Ted Cruz to sign up for care via health exchange

Texas Senator and GOP presidential contender, Ted Cruz, who has been one of the most vociferous critics of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), has said that he will seek health coverage on the Obamacare exchange. This comes af...
by Adriana Maestas


Information gap persists about Latinos and Obamacare

For over a year, there has been an aggressive push to get Latinos, who have high rates of uninsured, to enroll in Obamacare. Initially, there were criticisms about the Spanish language website that people were to visit for more...
by Adriana Maestas


Telemedicine Stagnant Amidst Red Tape and Impending Net Neutrality Decisions

Telemedicine is still not an option for most Americans.
by Kristal High



Health Care Deadline Looms, The Penalty is Steep

Uninsured Americans face a stiffer penalty if they do not acquire health insurance in 2015.
by Politic365 Staff


Wal-Mart and Others Answer the Challenge of Food Insecurity in African American, Latino, Elderly Communities

According to Feeding America African American households are more than twice as likely to be food insecure as white, non-Hispanic households.  More than one in three African American children (36%) live in food-insecure househ...
by Charlyn Stanberry