When Pink Magazine stopped publishing printed issues (they are still on the web at www.littlepinkbook.com) More Magazine filled out the issues left on my subscription. I was dubious at first but each issue has just enough politics and social issues to keep my interest amidst the jewelry and cosmetics ads and articles. In the December 2010 / January 2011 issue you can find:
* a Q&A with Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services. One except:
Q: How does health care reform help women?
A: I like to remind women that they are at the front of the beneficiary line, because women currently are most likely to be uninsured or underinsured, given their work status, until they reach Medicare, when it levels out a bit. The changes, both in the insurance market and with consumer protections, really impact women.
* an article on Wendy Kopp who started Teach for America 20 years ago (since it's the 20th anniversary there are a fair number of articles on the organization these days).
Neither are on the web that I can find but it either intrigues you it might be worth the $4.00 to buy a copy.