The resources on this website include recent, high-quality materials to help policymakers understand public health insurance option proposals. These resources include links to studies, legislative analyses, quantitative and qualitative research, and other materials. You can search and browse resources on specific topics by using the left-hand navigation or the links below.

Not sure where to start? Consider our “starter” reading list to get more up to speed on public option proposals. Or browse our A-Z Resources to see the full range of resources available.

One note: public option proposals have been proposed for many years, but we have generally limited the resources on this website to analyses and research from the past five years. If you need additional information, please contact us.

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  • Starter Reading List
    Don’t know where to start? Check out our top reads to get up to speed on public health insurance options.
  • Simple Search
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  • Guided Search
    Want to browse our resource collection by characteristics such as topic, source, or publication year? Visit our Guided Search page to find what you are looking for.
  • Priority Topics
    Looking for the studies that assess the impact of a public option? Or want to see all federal resources? Take a look at our Priority Topics to help guide your search.
  • A-Z Resources
    Want to see it all? Skim through everything to find what you are looking for.
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