Galen Senior Fellow Brian Blase reports in a Wall Street Journal op-ed about millions of working, middle-income people being illegally enrolled in Medicaid, the health program designed for poor and vulnerable Americans. Brian and Cato senior fellow Aaron Yelowitz write about new research exposing “ObamaCare’s Medicaid Deception:” ObamaCare is supposed to make Medicaid available to … [Read more...] about ObamaCare’s Medicaid Deception
Galen Senior Fellow Doug Badger has a new paper out this week, published by The Heritage Foundation, showing how a few states that gained waivers to escape some of Obamacare’s expensive, restrictive mandates are helping to lower health insurance premiums for their residents. In his new paper, “How Health Care Premiums Are Declining in States That Seek Relief from Obamacare’s … [Read more...] about How Health Care Premiums Are Declining in States That Seek Relief from Obamacare’s Mandates
Published on FORBES.com | Democrats have been pulling levers for decades to exert greater and greater government control over our health sector. But the more government gets involved, the more dysfunctional the market becomes. The left now contends that the mess can only be solved with a complete government takeover. They believe their moment has come. Americans … [Read more...] about The Left’s Utopian Health Care Promises
U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor’s decision striking down ObamaCare provides an opportunity for states to begin solving the mess Washington has created in their health insurance markets. My colleague Doug Badger writes that the decision gives states “new space to create policies that benefit their own residents—the sick, the healthy, and the poor. Congress should resist the urge to act in … [Read more...] about Don’t Panic: There’s Time To Get ObamaCare Replacement Right
A federal judge is expected to rule soon on whether Obamacare’s individual mandate is constitutional without a tax penalty to enforce it, and if it is not, whether the rest of Obamacare’s provisions (including its insurance regulations) are no longer operative. If the judge rules against Obamacare, as many predict, brace yourself for a tsunami of hysteria. Washington’s chattering class will … [Read more...] about A Judge Will Likely Rule Against Obamacare. Here’s What Should Happen Next.