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Farmers harvest a field of corn near Salem, S.D., in 2013. A robust domestic biofuels industry, including ethanol, would benefit farmers and our rural economy as well as the environment, public health and the nation’s energy security, Daschle writes.

Biofuels can contribute now to a cleaner energy future

Congress must reassert its fundamental purpose and responsibility to establish a durable policy framework to guide our nation, Daschle and Lott write.

As Congress slows, the presidency grows

City employees work at an emergency outbreak center at Kirkland City Hall on March 1 in Kirkland, Wash., where officials are monitoring a coronavirus outbreak.

America’s public health infrastructure needs consistent funding

Patients visit the Coptic Hospital, which is partially funded by PEPFAR, in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2006. The United States should expand, not shrink, its strategic health diplomacy, Daschle and Frist write. (Brent Stirton/Getty Images file photo)

Opinion: An Open Health Diplomacy Hand Works Better Than a Fist

(Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Opinion: 3 Ways to Defeat Dysfunction on the Hill

Community health centers have been leaders in addressing the country’s health care challenges for over 50 years, write Daschle and Leavitt. (Courtesy Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0)

Ensuring an Ongoing Return On Health Care Investment

A Surgeon General for the 21st Century | Commentary

Why the VA Should Look Toward Proven Health Care Solutions | Commentary

Crafty Messaging Doesn’t Trump Good Policy | Commentary

Daschle: Prevent Type 2 Diabetes, Cut Health Care Costs

Daschle: Comprehensive Health Care Reform Is Long Overdue in U.S.

Take It From a Victim of ‘527’ Attacks: Let Them Be