Oregon voters have overwhelmingly approved a package of health care taxes to ensure low-income Oregonians will keep their health coverage.  

We discuss the aftermath of the $320 million referendum that will tax hospitals and certain health insurers.

Who wins, who loses and what’s the future of health care — and health care politics — in Oregon?  

Host Anna Griffin is joined by OPB political reporters Lauren Dake and Jeff Mapes, and by Courtney Sherwood, editor-in-chief of The Lund Report.

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