Stephanie Armour Reporter
  • Washington, D.c.
  • The Wall Street Journal

Stephanie Armour covers health policy for the Wall Street Journal out of Washington, D.C.

Focus Areas

  • Health Policy

112 Articles
14 days ago
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Loads of Covid-19 Boosters Are Going Unused This Fall and Here’s Why

Insufficient outreach and the relative easing of the pandemic are combining to slow uptake, health experts say.

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20 days ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Covid-19 Public-Health Emergency Status to Stay in Place

The Biden administration gave no signal to state officials of plans to end the public-health emergency, in turn leavi...

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about 1 month ago
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Bigger Affordable Care Act Subsidies Likely to Boost Enrollment

The open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act is likely to see a brisk pace of sign-ups, public-health off...

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about 1 month ago
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Biden Administration Pares Back Covid Fight as Funding Push Falls Short

The government task force will remain, but the administration will play smaller role.

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about 2 months ago
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Many Americans Ignore Covid Boosters as Winter, Variants Loom

White House officials expect uptake of the bivalent boosters to pick up, but health experts worry that many people wo...

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about 2 months ago
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Biden Administration Renews Covid-19’s Emergency Status

The public-health emergency designation for the pandemic has been in place since early 2020.

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about 2 months ago
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New Affordable Care Act Rule Expands Subsidies to Families

Advocates say current system penalizes some workers with employer-based insurance; critics say the Biden administrati...

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about 2 months ago
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Biden Pardons Low-Level Federal Marijuana Convictions. Here’s What to Know.

The president announced his pardon for simple possession, a move affecting thousands convicted of federal offenses.

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about 2 months ago
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Biden Pardoning Thousands Convicted of Marijuana Possession Under Federal Law

President Biden said he would pardon all prior federal offenses of simple possession of marijuana and will call on fe...

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2 months ago
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Overseas Baby-Formula Makers Given Path to Keep Selling in U.S.

Overseas makers of baby formula must send a letter to the FDA by Dec. 5 stating their intent to continue formula sale...

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2 months ago
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Covid Aid Left Out of Stopgap Funding Bill

White House has argued for more spending on developing next-generation vaccines.

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2 months ago
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Biden Abortion Policy Angers GOP as Democrats Urge More Action

The administration is constrained by limits on how federal funding can be used and the risk of court challenges.

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