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Professor Larry Jacobs was a guest on this program, discussing the chances of the Republican-controlled House passing its plan to replace Obamacare.
Professor Larry Jacobs was interviewed regarding the House Republican plan to revamp the Affordable Care Act.
This story examines the political prospects for repealing the Affordable Care Act. Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted.
Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this story, which examines the split in the Republican Party over the House proposal to rewrite the Affordable Care Act.
Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story looking at the role of Minnesota U.S. Sen. Al Franken in the controversy over Attorney General Jeff Sessions' interactions with the Russian ambassador last fall.
Professor Larry Jacobs co-authored this commentary that looks at the future of Medicaid, which provides health care coverage for the poor.
Professor Robert Kudrle is quoted in this story regarding U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen's support of a border-adjustment tax, which is opposed by Minnesota retail giants Target and Best Buy.
Doug Chapin of the Humphrey School's Election Academy is quoted in this article, which looks at efforts in Congress to shut down the Election Assistance Commission.
Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this article, which says President Trump relies on public polling as much as he did while on the campaign trail.