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The Labor-HHS spending bill approved this week represents an underfunded and shortsighted approach to public health.
APHA opposes the latest Senate ACA repeal effort
Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald is a strong choice to lead the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and APHA looks forward to working with her as she leads our country’s disease, injury and disability prevention efforts.
APHA executive director Dr. Georges Benjamin congratulates Dr. Jerome Adams on his nomination as U.S. surgeon general.
Independent analysis by the Congressional Budget Office released today shows the Senate health care bill would seriously jeopardize the health of America.
APHA strongly opposes repealing or weakening the ACA
A strong public health infrastructure is at the very core of making our country safe, healthy, and secure.
New playbook helps governments build a strong, equitable environmental health system
President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement on climate has disastrous human health consequences
APHA says CBO analysis shows ACA replacement bill is a health policy disaster
The proposed fiscal year 2018 budget would have dangerous health consequences
The bill would result in less coverage, higher costs and poorer health
APHA warns a new ACA repeal attempt is even worse for the public and public health
New website takes user-centered approach to exploring and sharing the Bicycling and Walking in the United States: 2016 Benchmarking Report
APHA encourages everyone to celebrate the role science has played in improving our lives
The call to action encourages healthier, more walkable communities
APHA strongly opposes White House plan to cut nearly $18 billion for the current fiscal year from a range of public health programs
APHA opposes executive order signed by President Trump that would gut clean air and climate protections
APHA Executive Director George C. Benjamin's statement on pulling the American Health Care Act from consideration by the House of Representatives
APHA voiced strong opposition to the extreme funding cuts outlined in President Donald Trump’s fiscal year 2018 budget request.
APHA opposes plan to replace the Affordable Care Act.
APHA is deeply concerned about the public health implications of policies put forward by the Trump administration that seek to limit human rights and create barriers to health equity.
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