Medicare and Jewish Law

Machon Kaplan Participant
June 24, 2014

Embroiled in the very idea of Medicare is the question of, to what extent is each person responsible to take care of and protect others?  Medicare is a federal program that American taxpayers pay into—the resulting pot of funding is used to pay for the medical

Public Health and the Carbon Pollution Rule

Charlie Arnowitz
June 11, 2014

By now, you’ve probably heard about the Environmental Protection Agency’s new rule regulating emissions from coal-fired power plants. Of course, in the long-term this key regulation will have a significant impact on mitigating climate change.

It's Time for Mom's Equal Pay

Sarah Greenberg
June 10, 2014

In the month between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, we honor and celebrate parents. On June 12, just three days before Father’s Day (June 15), we take action on Moms’ Equal Pay Day, the day in when mothers’ salaries would catch up to fathers’ salaries over the