The CBO Bludgeon

The Massachusetts' Not-So-NICE Waiver Idea

It would put an appointed board in charge of making decisions about what drugs Medicaid patients will be able to get, not their doctors.

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The CBO Bludgeon

The CBO Bludgeon

CBO is detached from reality in its analysis of the House health reform bill.

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A Faith-Based Approach to Reform

A Faith-Based Approach to Reform

Restoring Christ-centered medicine through public policy changes centered around subsidiarity and the doctor patient relationship

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Health Reform: Helping the States Help the Poor

Many Catholics, especially Catholic leaders, have been conflicted over bills that have been presented to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act:  They strenuously object to the ACA’s affront to religious liberty yet they know it offers access to health insurance for millions, including those who have been left behind in our bifurcated system. Bishop […]

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The Hatch-Brady bill offers a way to make health insurance affordable

The Oct. 26 editorial “Health-care reform that pays off” unfairly maligned a bill introduced by two committee chairmen as “dismantling major pieces of Obamacare.” It does nothing of the sort. Like the bill proposed by Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Patty Murray (D-Wash.) that the editorial praised, a bill from Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and […]

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Puerto Rico’s Crisis Affects Us All

Puerto Rico’s economy was in distress before the island was slammed by hurricanes Irma and Marie, and it is struggling mightily now to recover.  But new tax policies also are needed for this U.S. territory to have a fighting chance at long-term economic recovery. Damage to the island from the hurricanes was overwhelming, destroying homes […]

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