When we weren't cheering for the Longhorns or sipping a cold beverage outside on a patio, here's what the 70%ers read over the long weekend.
Health Issues Stack Up In Houston As Harvey Evacuees Seek Shelter
Public wants GOP to work with Dems on health care
Once the Water Recedes, the Mental Health Problems Emerge
5 Controversial Ideas for Shoring up Health Insurance Markets
Child therapists fear new Texas policy will deepen funding cuts
It's not Obamacare anymore. It's our national health-care system.
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Will Francis, LMSW
Government Relations Director,
National Association of Social Workers,
Cossy Hough, LCSW
Clinical Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at Austin,
School of Social Work
Anna Stelter, LMSW, MPH
Health Policy Analyst
Texas Health Institute
Alison Mohr Boleware, MSSW
Mental Health Policy,