KHN senior correspondent Sarah Jane Tribble appeared on Newsy’s “Morning Rush” on Thursday to discuss rural hospital closures and KHN’s brand-new “Where It Hurts” podcast.
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Tribble hosts “No Mercy,” the first season of “Where It Hurts.” Click here to listen to Chapter One.
KHN chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner appeared on Newsy’s “Newsy Tonight” program on Wednesday to fact-check the health claims made by President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden during Tuesday’s debate.
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Listen to the latest episode of KHN’s ‘What the Health?’ podcast, hosted by Rovner: “Election Preview: What’s Next for Health?“
Rovner also appeared on WGN’s “Midday News” on Sept. 25 to discuss the impact of the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Affordable Care Act.
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Read Rovner’s “Without Ginsburg, Judicial Threats to the ACA, Reproductive Rights Heighten”
KHN senior correspondent Phil Galewitz discussed Pinellas County’s important role in the presidential election in the swing state of Florida with WUSF’s “Florida Matters” on Tuesday.
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Read “Trump-Biden Race Could Hinge on How Florida’s Pinellas County Swings,” written by Galewitz and Margo Snipe of the Tampa Bay Times
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