Natalie Shure is a Los Angeles-based writer and researcher whose work focuses on history, health, and politics.
Her writing has appeared in many publications, including The Nation, The Atlantic, BuzzFeed, Jacobin and the Los Angeles Times. She is the Head of Research for Adam Ruins Everything on TruTV.
The Democrats’ COBRA Proposal Is an Insurance Industry Bailout
We keep handing more money to the very for-profit insurance industry that is failing us. MORE
Features · April 17, 2020
While Mainstream Democrats Fumble, Bernie Sanders Is Modeling a Serious Response to Coronavirus
Democrats make a huge mistake by shying away from a robust material response to the crisis. MORE
Views · March 19, 2020
Austerity Could Make the U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak So Much Worse
The lack of investment in public health, a robust social safety net or universal healthcare system all make the U.S. especially vulnerable to the fast-spreading disease. MORE
Views · March 10, 2020
How the DCCC’s “Blacklist” Could Blow Up in the Democratic Establishment’s Face
The attacks on the party’s left flank might be backfiring. Just look at Marie Newman’s primary challenge to Dan Lipinski. MORE
Features · October 9, 2019
We Have a Dental Care Crisis. Medicare for All Could Solve It.
Guaranteed dental coverage would finally put an end to the deep inequities in U.S. oral health. MORE
Views · July 11, 2019
Of Course Undocumented People Should Have Guaranteed Healthcare. NYC Is Making It a Reality.
New York City's universal healthcare plan is setting an important new standard for health policy in the United States. MORE
Views · February 4, 2019
Why Are These Labor Unions Opposing Medicare for All?
For seven years, healthcare activists in New York have been pushing the New York Health Act, a single-payer bill that would provide statewide universal health coverage. Hopes for the bill’s chances... MORE
Working · December 17, 2018
The Real Lesson from the Downfall of Theranos: We Need to Nationalize the Healthcare System
Tech startups will never be the answer to the healthcare crisis—their business model is opposed to making care equitable and accessible. MORE
Features · September 28, 2018