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Jonathan Cohn


Ann Arbor, MI, United States

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Past articles by Jonathan:

What's Really Happening In The Back-And-Forth Over Medicare

There are echoes of 'I'm rubber, you're glue' as the GOP desperately fends off attacks on its debt ceiling gambit. → Read More

The MSU Shooting Is Making Us See A New Kind Of Gun Tragedy

Survivors of previous shootings are now having to relive another massacre. → Read More

Democrats Unlocked A Key Political Advantage In The Midterms — And It's Taking Shape In Michigan

After years of stalled progress -- and shootings -- laws designed to reduce gun violence finally have a chance. → Read More

Here's The Real Agenda Behind The Republican Debt Ceiling Threats

A closer look at Kevin McCarthy's misleading ― and revealing ― case for playing chicken with the debt ceiling → Read More

Three Ways The New Primary Calendar Could Change The Nominating Process

It could mean a more diverse electorate — and, for candidates, learning to eat a different kind of hot dog. → Read More

How Nancy Pelosi Shaped History

Even now, the House speaker's achievements don't get the recognition they deserve. → Read More

Elissa Slotkin Wins Reelection In Michigan House Race The Whole Country Was Watching

Slotkin won in a deeply divided district, over a Republican who is an election denier and opposes abortion rights. → Read More

We Still Don't Know What's Going To Happen On Election Day

Everything's at stake, but nothing is certain when the polls are this close. → Read More

To Stop An Abortion-Rights Amendment, Conservatives Are Attacking LGBTQ Rights

A new ad in Michigan tries to exploit confusion and anxiety over gender-affirming care. → Read More

What The Weird Conservative Fixation On Electric Vehicles Says About Their Politics

It's a case of tribal politics trumping self-interest, because EVs are pretty awesome to own and drive. → Read More

How Progressives Can Win The Long-Term Fights They're Losing

A celebrated activist and intellectual is about to retire, and he's got some advice for his longtime allies. → Read More

Republicans Are Scrambling To Obscure Their Records On Abortion

With more and more signs of a Dobbs backlash, they're scrubbing website references and trying to change the subject. → Read More

Prescription Drugs Are Going To Get Cheaper Because Dems Played The (Very) Long Game

Some of the most important work that went into Joe Biden’s new law took place before he even became president. → Read More

GOP Objections Kill Proposed Cap On Insulin Costs In Private Insurance

Senate Democrats needed 10 Republican votes following a Parliamentarian ruling. They got only seven. → Read More

Senate Set To Begin Votes On Climate And Health Care Bill

Democrats will need to stay united in order to pass the Inflation Reduction Act with a simple majority. → Read More

This Is The Most Underappreciated Part Of The Democratic Prescription Drug Bill

Some Medicare recipients spend more than $10,000 a year on lifesaving medication. That could change. → Read More

Drugmakers Try To Scare Seniors In Last-Ditch Effort To Stop Democrats’ Economic Plan

A series of ads from industry-backed groups falsely suggests cuts to Medicare are on the way. → Read More

The Kansas Abortion Vote Was A Stunner. But What Does It Mean For The Midterms?

Tuesday’s result offers some clues about how Democrats can protect abortion rights in November. → Read More

It Took The Supreme Court Just 10 Days To Change America As We Know It

The conservative majority seems out of step with the public's values, in a way we haven’t seen in decades. → Read More

The Child Care Crisis Needs A Lot More Attention Than It's Getting

Working parents and their kids are in trouble, but prospects for major legislation have dimmed. → Read More