E.J. Dionne, in this morning's Washington Post, on the trend among Democrats to embrace the good Obamacare does, while avoiding the toxic name. He rightly notes that the administration did a lousy sales job, and botched the rollout, but it turns out that over 500,000 people in Kentucky now have insurance they would otherwise not have, and Arkansas has seen its rate of uninsured cut in half. That should be the kind of news a candidate can run on.
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In This Issue
- Editorial: Seize this moment of encounter
- History reveals the long view of marriage
- Synod to be culmination of two years' preparation, consultation
- Special Section (in print only): Fall Books
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by Sharon Abercrombie Eco Catholic
by Sr. Camille D'Arienzo Conversations with Sr. Camille
Schönborn: New synod procedure a 'huge step forward' compared to 'frustrating experience' of former synodsby Christa Pongratz-Lippitt NCR Today
by Vinnie Rotondaro NCR Today
by NCR Staff The Francis Chronicles