Fortune — World Mental Health Day 2017: Illness in the workplace is more common than you might think
Today is World Mental Health Day, which aims to raise awareness about mental health issues around the world and mobilize efforts to support mental health. This year’s theme is mental health in the workplace, looking at how our workplace experience can be improved to promote mental health and wellbeing.

The New York Times — E.P.A. announces repeal of major Obama-era carbon emissions rule
The Trump administration announced on Monday that it would take formal steps to repeal President Barack Obama’s signature policy to curb greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, setting up a bitter fight over the future of America’s efforts to tackle global warming.

The Los Angeles Times — California’s deadly hepatitis A outbreak could last years, official says
California’s outbreak of hepatitis A, already the nation’s second largest in the last 20 years, could continue for many months, even years, health officials said Thursday. At least 569 people have been infected and 17 have died of the virus since November in San Diego, Santa Cruz and Los Angeles counties, where local outbreaks have been declared.

NPR — Patients, health insurers challenge Iowa’s effort to privatize Medicaid
Iowa is one of 38 states that radically changed the way it runs Medicaid over the past few years. The state moved about 600,000 people on the government-run health program into care that is managed by for-profit insurance companies. The idea is that the private companies would save the state money, but it has been a rocky transition in Iowa, especially for people like Neal Siegel. Siegel is one of six disabled Iowans suing the state, alleging that Medicaid managed care, as it is known, deprives thousands of Iowans with disabilities the right to live safely in their homes.

The Seattle Times — Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson sues to block Trump’s rules over contraception access
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a federal lawsuit Monday seeking to block President Donald Trump’s recent revision to the Affordable Care Act that allows insurers and employers to opt out of covering contraceptives in their health insurance plans.