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How 2024 Republican presidential candidates should talk about healthcare

Republican presidential candidates are once again talking about healthcare policy. At a debate earlier this month, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) discussed the need for more affordable healthcare. Vivek Ramaswamy called for a more competitive insurance marketplace. The renewed interest in healthcare among Republicans came on the heels of former President Donald Trump’s assertion that he’d seriously look at replacing ...
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Read Sally Pipes' latest at Newsmax

GOP Shouldn’t Squander Trump’s Revival of Obamacare Debate

Former President Donald Trump recently revealed he is “seriously looking at alternatives” to Obamacare. As he put it in a post on Truth Social, “[t]he cost of Obamacare is out of control, plus, it’s not good Healthcare.” Those comments should have come as good news to lawmakers looking to reduce the ...
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Read Sally Pipes' latest at Forbes

There’s Nothing Crazy About Donald Trump’s Pledge To Replace Obamacare

Former President Donald Trump made waves late last month when he announced that he was “seriously looking” at replacing Obamacare if elected to a second term. Democrats’ reaction to this announcement was unsurprising. President Joe Biden leapt into action to defend his former boss’s signature healthcare law, claiming that Trump’s plan would “rip away ...
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Elizabeth Warren talks turkey about Obamacare’s perverse incentives

Two days before Thanksgiving, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)  sent a letter  with her colleague Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN) asking the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to investigate the impact of Obamacare’s medical loss ratio rules on insurer consolidation. It’s a striking, if tacit, admission of the law’s flaws by one of the nation’s leading ...
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Read latest about problems with Obamacare

Open Enrollment is a Warning, Not a Cause for Celebration

Obamacare’s open enrollment period kicks off this week. Each year around this time, the Affordable Care Act’s defenders mobilize to tout its supposed benefits and to encourage people to purchase coverage on the exchanges it created. From the halls of Congress to the White House, we can expect to see ...
Commentary

Learn about rising government health care spending

Healthcare Subsidies? A Ticking Time-Bomb

A new study from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) makes this startlingly clear. The federal government spent a jaw-dropping $1.8 trillion on healthcare subsidies this year, the CBO says. In 2033, federal subsidies for healthcare are projected to reach $3.3 trillion. Read the full article at Newsmax
Commentary

Read latest about problems with Obamacare

Will Dems Ever Own Up to Obamacare Failure?

Exchange coverage is far more expensive than originally predicted. It’s also proved difficult for beneficiaries to put to use. In short, Democrats have engineered an insurance marketplace that serves the interests of neither taxpayers nor patients. And they’ve spent lavishly to keep it running. Click to read the full article ...
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Americans Disenrolled From Medicaid Have Other Health Insurance Options

This return to normal will save taxpayers money, and it’s unlikely to leave anyone without health insurance unless that’s what they choose. Some Democratic lawmakers are decrying the process as hasty and unfair. Yet everyone still has the right to apply or re-apply for Medicaid. If they don’t qualify, they ...
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Learn About Free Market Health Care Alternatives

Here’s How American Employers Are Seeking Affordable Alternatives To Obamacare

It’s growing more expensive for employers to offer health insurance. Employer insurance costs are expected to climb 6.5% in 2024, according to a new survey from major benefits consulting firms Mercer and Willis Towers Watson. Employers spend about $14,600, on average, to insure a single employee, a 5% percent increase from last year ...
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Read latest on push for free-market healthcare reform

Conservatives Must Take Back Healthcare Debate

U.S. House Republicans are launching a task force aimed at drawing out new ideas for healthcare reform. The task force “will convene members from various committees as well as independent experts and stakeholders from across the health care sector to reform what’s broken and build on what’s working,” per Reps. ...
Commentary

How 2024 Republican presidential candidates should talk about healthcare

Republican presidential candidates are once again talking about healthcare policy. At a debate earlier this month, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) discussed the need for more affordable healthcare. Vivek Ramaswamy called for a more competitive insurance marketplace. The renewed interest in healthcare among Republicans came on the heels of former President Donald Trump’s assertion that he’d seriously look at replacing ...
Commentary

Read Sally Pipes' latest at Newsmax

GOP Shouldn’t Squander Trump’s Revival of Obamacare Debate

Former President Donald Trump recently revealed he is “seriously looking at alternatives” to Obamacare. As he put it in a post on Truth Social, “[t]he cost of Obamacare is out of control, plus, it’s not good Healthcare.” Those comments should have come as good news to lawmakers looking to reduce the ...
Commentary

Read Sally Pipes' latest at Forbes

There’s Nothing Crazy About Donald Trump’s Pledge To Replace Obamacare

Former President Donald Trump made waves late last month when he announced that he was “seriously looking” at replacing Obamacare if elected to a second term. Democrats’ reaction to this announcement was unsurprising. President Joe Biden leapt into action to defend his former boss’s signature healthcare law, claiming that Trump’s plan would “rip away ...
Commentary

Elizabeth Warren talks turkey about Obamacare’s perverse incentives

Two days before Thanksgiving, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)  sent a letter  with her colleague Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN) asking the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to investigate the impact of Obamacare’s medical loss ratio rules on insurer consolidation. It’s a striking, if tacit, admission of the law’s flaws by one of the nation’s leading ...
Commentary

Read latest about problems with Obamacare

Open Enrollment is a Warning, Not a Cause for Celebration

Obamacare’s open enrollment period kicks off this week. Each year around this time, the Affordable Care Act’s defenders mobilize to tout its supposed benefits and to encourage people to purchase coverage on the exchanges it created. From the halls of Congress to the White House, we can expect to see ...
Commentary

Learn about rising government health care spending

Healthcare Subsidies? A Ticking Time-Bomb

A new study from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) makes this startlingly clear. The federal government spent a jaw-dropping $1.8 trillion on healthcare subsidies this year, the CBO says. In 2033, federal subsidies for healthcare are projected to reach $3.3 trillion. Read the full article at Newsmax
Commentary

Read latest about problems with Obamacare

Will Dems Ever Own Up to Obamacare Failure?

Exchange coverage is far more expensive than originally predicted. It’s also proved difficult for beneficiaries to put to use. In short, Democrats have engineered an insurance marketplace that serves the interests of neither taxpayers nor patients. And they’ve spent lavishly to keep it running. Click to read the full article ...
Commentary

Americans Disenrolled From Medicaid Have Other Health Insurance Options

This return to normal will save taxpayers money, and it’s unlikely to leave anyone without health insurance unless that’s what they choose. Some Democratic lawmakers are decrying the process as hasty and unfair. Yet everyone still has the right to apply or re-apply for Medicaid. If they don’t qualify, they ...
Commentary

Learn About Free Market Health Care Alternatives

Here’s How American Employers Are Seeking Affordable Alternatives To Obamacare

It’s growing more expensive for employers to offer health insurance. Employer insurance costs are expected to climb 6.5% in 2024, according to a new survey from major benefits consulting firms Mercer and Willis Towers Watson. Employers spend about $14,600, on average, to insure a single employee, a 5% percent increase from last year ...
Commentary

Read latest on push for free-market healthcare reform

Conservatives Must Take Back Healthcare Debate

U.S. House Republicans are launching a task force aimed at drawing out new ideas for healthcare reform. The task force “will convene members from various committees as well as independent experts and stakeholders from across the health care sector to reform what’s broken and build on what’s working,” per Reps. ...
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