Economic growth has lifted billions of people across the globe out of poverty, giving countless millions a path to prosperity. The impact is truly immeasurable in the innovation, productivity, and human well-being it produces. But along comes an article in The New Yorker explaining that some on the Left want to stop all that. They are “giving birth to the … [Read more...] about The “De-Growth” Movement
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Grace-Marie frequently contributes articles to Forbes.com as an expert in Healthcare Policy.
Congress is right to be concerned about the issue of surprise medical billing. It’s unfair to patients who play by the rules, go to their insurer’s in-network facility for care, and months later receive a bill from an out-of-network provider, sometimes costing patients thousands of dollars in unexpected medical bills. Surprise bills are especially unfair to patients in emergency … [Read more...] about A Better Solution to Surprise Medical Billing
Before joining the Trump Administration, Medicare and Medicaid administrator Seema Verma spent years battling the federal bureaucracy on behalf of states that were pleading for more flexibility in running their Medicaid programs. Yesterday in Washington, she announced a new program to give states greater flexibility in providing coverage to one segment of the Medicaid population—working-age, … [Read more...] about New Options For States
Many thousands of people gathered on the National Mall today for the 47th annual March for Life, joined—for the first time—by a sitting president. President Trump praised the “strong women, amazing faith leaders,” and tens of thousands of young people he called “the heart of the March for Life. It is your generation that is making America a pro-family, pro-life … [Read more...] about Affirming and Celebrating Life
A few months after Obamacare was enacted, three of my colleagues and I began work on a book to explain, as the title says, “Why Obamacare Is Wrong For America.” Why ObamaCare is Wrong for America It was published exactly a year after the law was signed, and virtually everything we predicted then has happened (except where parts of the law were subsequently changed, such as … [Read more...] about Obamacare’s Biggest Hits