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Senate Finance Committee Seeks Funds for Health Care Bill

Members of the Senate Finance Committee, which is working on a health care overhaul bill parallel to that proposed by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee’s Affordable Health Choices Act, have said their draft proposal now bears a total cost of just under $1 trillion. That figure is ...
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Kennedy Unveils Government-Run Health Care Bill

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), August 1, 2009 Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) and the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions have unveiled the first of what is expected to be a series of health care reform bills released this year. The Affordable Health Choices Act establishes federal and ...
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Restaurant Menu Labeling Mandate Debated

Citing a need to curb childhood obesity, New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) has signed on as Senate sponsor of a federal bill to require calorie counts on restaurant menus. House Resolution 2426, the Menu Education and Labeling (MEAL) Act, would extend federal food labeling requirements from packaged products to ...
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Study: Massachusetts Reform Not a Model

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), June 1, 2009 Massachusetts’s 2006 attempt to cut health care costs and increase the number of insured through a government mandate requiring individuals to purchase insurance has become an object lesson in what not to do in reforming health care, three Harvard Medical School professors ...
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Minnesota Lawmakers Propose More Control over Health Care

Minnesota legislators have announced several health care reform proposals they say will reduce health care spending by the state government to help lower the state’s looming budget deficit. The proposals include requiring patients to enroll in medical homes; ending state payment for medical errors; implementing a licensing and preferential treatment ...
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Kansas Gov. Sebelius 2nd Choice for HHS

President Barack Obama has nominated Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius (D) to serve as secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Sebelius is Obama’s second nominee for the post, after his initial selection for HHS and White House health care czar, former U.S. senator Tom Daschle (D-SD), admitted ...
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Jindal Proposes Sweeping Medicaid Overhaul

Health Care News – Heartland Institute (Chicago, IL), February 1, 2009 Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) has unveiled a proposal for overhauling the state’s Medicaid program, altering both its funding and delivery. “It is time for us to do something different, and dramatically different,” said the state’s Health and Hospitals ...
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Consumer-Directed Health Care Plan Falls Short in Arizona

Health Care News – Heartland Institute (Chicago, IL), February 1, 2009 EMaxHealth, February 1, 2009 After a lengthy post-election ballot-counting process, the Arizona Secretary of State’s office announced Proposition 101, a groundbreaking initiative proponents say would have enshrined consumer-directed health care into the state’s constitution by preventing government from forcing ...
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Senate Finance Committee Seeks Funds for Health Care Bill

Members of the Senate Finance Committee, which is working on a health care overhaul bill parallel to that proposed by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee’s Affordable Health Choices Act, have said their draft proposal now bears a total cost of just under $1 trillion. That figure is ...
Commentary

Kennedy Unveils Government-Run Health Care Bill

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), August 1, 2009 Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) and the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions have unveiled the first of what is expected to be a series of health care reform bills released this year. The Affordable Health Choices Act establishes federal and ...
Commentary

Restaurant Menu Labeling Mandate Debated

Citing a need to curb childhood obesity, New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) has signed on as Senate sponsor of a federal bill to require calorie counts on restaurant menus. House Resolution 2426, the Menu Education and Labeling (MEAL) Act, would extend federal food labeling requirements from packaged products to ...
Commentary

Study: Massachusetts Reform Not a Model

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), June 1, 2009 Massachusetts’s 2006 attempt to cut health care costs and increase the number of insured through a government mandate requiring individuals to purchase insurance has become an object lesson in what not to do in reforming health care, three Harvard Medical School professors ...
Commentary

Minnesota Lawmakers Propose More Control over Health Care

Minnesota legislators have announced several health care reform proposals they say will reduce health care spending by the state government to help lower the state’s looming budget deficit. The proposals include requiring patients to enroll in medical homes; ending state payment for medical errors; implementing a licensing and preferential treatment ...
Commentary

Kansas Gov. Sebelius 2nd Choice for HHS

President Barack Obama has nominated Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius (D) to serve as secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Sebelius is Obama’s second nominee for the post, after his initial selection for HHS and White House health care czar, former U.S. senator Tom Daschle (D-SD), admitted ...
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Jindal Proposes Sweeping Medicaid Overhaul

Health Care News – Heartland Institute (Chicago, IL), February 1, 2009 Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) has unveiled a proposal for overhauling the state’s Medicaid program, altering both its funding and delivery. “It is time for us to do something different, and dramatically different,” said the state’s Health and Hospitals ...
Commentary

Consumer-Directed Health Care Plan Falls Short in Arizona

Health Care News – Heartland Institute (Chicago, IL), February 1, 2009 EMaxHealth, February 1, 2009 After a lengthy post-election ballot-counting process, the Arizona Secretary of State’s office announced Proposition 101, a groundbreaking initiative proponents say would have enshrined consumer-directed health care into the state’s constitution by preventing government from forcing ...
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