DAN WASSERMAN
Editorial cartoon: History haunts him 
In this cartoon by The Boston Globe’s Dan Wasserman, Mitt Romney is still grappling with the health care law he supported as Massachusetts governor.

DAN WASSERMAN

Editorial cartoon: History haunts him

In this cartoon by The Boston Globe’s Dan Wasserman, Mitt Romney is still grappling with the health care law he supported as Massachusetts governor.

Health care ruling fulfills Kennedy’s ‘cause’
Vicki Kennedy said her late husband, Ted Kennedy, would have encouraged the nation to embrace the ruling.
(BILL BRETT FOR THE GLOBE)

Health care ruling fulfills Kennedy’s ‘cause’

Vicki Kennedy said her late husband, Ted Kennedy, would have encouraged the nation to embrace the ruling.

(BILL BRETT FOR THE GLOBE)

President Obama, Mitt Romney offer divergent views of ruling 
The Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling on Thursday to uphold the country’s sweeping health care overhaul affected the presidential race almost immediately, with President Obama praising the decision as a landmark boon that will help all Americans and Mitt Romney pledging to make repeal his first priority as president.
 (ALEX WONG/GETTY IMAGES)

President Obama, Mitt Romney offer divergent views of ruling

The Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling on Thursday to uphold the country’s sweeping health care overhaul affected the presidential race almost immediately, with President Obama praising the decision as a landmark boon that will help all Americans and Mitt Romney pledging to make repeal his first priority as president.

(ALEX WONG/GETTY IMAGES)

Supreme Court upholds health care law 
The court handed President Obama a major victory by upholding the sweeping law, declaring that Obama and Congress acted within their powers in requiring most Americans to obtain health insurance.
(EVAN VUCCI/ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Supreme Court upholds health care law

The court handed President Obama a major victory by upholding the sweeping law, declaring that Obama and Congress acted within their powers in requiring most Americans to obtain health insurance.

(EVAN VUCCI/ASSOCIATED PRESS)

OPINION | MAKING HEALTH CARE AFFORDABLE
In Elinor Ostrom’s legacy, a lesson for Beacon Hill 
The work of the Nobel Prize-winning economist, who died last week, should inspire the state as it looks for ways to rein in health care costs, writes former Medicare chief Donald M. Berwick.
(AP FILE/2009)

OPINION | MAKING HEALTH CARE AFFORDABLE

In Elinor Ostrom’s legacy, a lesson for Beacon Hill

The work of the Nobel Prize-winning economist, who died last week, should inspire the state as it looks for ways to rein in health care costs, writes former Medicare chief Donald M. Berwick.

(AP FILE/2009)

The architects of a new kind of health care 
The young architects behind MASS Design are bringing their philosophy to health-care projects around the world, from Rwanda and Uganda to Haiti and back home.
(SUZANNE KREITER/GLOBE STAFF)

The architects of a new kind of health care

The young architects behind MASS Design are bringing their philosophy to health-care projects around the world, from Rwanda and Uganda to Haiti and back home.

(SUZANNE KREITER/GLOBE STAFF)

DAN WASSERMAN
Editorial Cartoon: Conservative health care

DAN WASSERMAN

Editorial Cartoon: Conservative health care

Visits to ER rise despite health law
- Emergency room visits have been on the rise in Massachusetts since the passage of the 2006 health care law, much to the chagrin of supporters who projected that the opposite would happen as more people had insurance and were connected with primary care providers.

Visits to ER rise despite health law

- Emergency room visits have been on the rise in Massachusetts since the passage of the 2006 health care law, much to the chagrin of supporters who projected that the opposite would happen as more people had insurance and were connected with primary care providers.