November 11, 2015 Health Care Changing Medicaid to managed care could take years Health policy professor Don Taylor says the state isn’t close to figuring out how to change its $14 billion Medicaid system WRAL
Changing Medicaid to managed care could take years
Health policy professor Don Taylor says the state isn’t close to figuring out how to change its $14 billion Medicaid system
Carson: Can a man of great surgical skill lead a nation?
The Associated Press
The ‘truth’ about Planned Parenthood
The Political Narrative
Welcome to Campaign Stop 2016
The year-long project will highlight Duke community’s conversations about the 2016 elections
John Holbein, Sunshine Hillygus on getting young people to vote
Register them before age 18, finds research by John Holbein and Sunshine Hillygus.
the Washington Post
Murali Doraiswamy: Can candidates be too old to run?
Murali Doriswamy writes about the pros and cons of an older president.
the New York Times
Measuring Up the Democratic and Republican Presidential Debates
Mac McCorkle, a political analyst and public policy professor at Duke, compares the content and tone of the first Democratic presidential debate to the previous Republican debates.
We Asked an Expert What Joe Biden’s Presidential Campaign Would Look Like
Political scientist Michael Munger: “Hillary Clinton's negative rating is over 50 percent. The rule is, you can't win if it's over 40. So Biden's biggest positives are Clinton's negatives.”
Why Not Joe?
Associate professor David Schanzer examines a Joe Biden presidential run
A non-psychiatric assessment of Donald Trump
Allen Frances, professor emeritus of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, on why diagnosing from afar is unethical.