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Biden’s new plan isn’t any better for your health

Last week, President Joe Biden unveiled a new social spending framework that omitted many of the healthcare provisions Democrats have been calling for. One provision that has survived is a massive and wasteful expansion of Obamacare . In March, Congress made federal tax credits available to those shopping for coverage on the exchanges with …

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Democrats Have Built a Healthcare Agenda Around an Imaginary Crisis

Is America in the midst of a health insurance crisis? That’s the picture Democrats in Washington are painting. According to their narrative, health coverage is out of reach for a number of Americans. Only an aggressive — and exorbitantly expensive — effort to expand the number of people covered by taxpayer-funded insurance …

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Bernie’s Not-So-Subtle Single-Payer Plot

Senator Bernie Sanders (I.,Vt.), America’s most prominent proponent of government-run health care, is once again leading the charge to move our country to a single-payer system. As chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, Sanders is pushing a $3.5 trillion budget plan that includes expansions of Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare. Some …

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Budget Reconciliation Bill’s Healthcare Provisions Are Disastrous

Last week, House Democrats passed the $3.5 trillion budget resolution that their Senate counterparts approved earlier this month. The resolution is merely a framework, though. Over the coming months, lawmakers will write the actual legislative text of this mammoth spending bill, which could usher in the most radical changes to our healthcare …

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Democrats’ Budget Plan Hides a Slow-Moving Healthcare Takeover

Progressives just got one step closer to their dream of socialized health care. In a party-line vote this week, the Democratic House majority ratified a $3.5 trillion budget plan that includes the largest expansion of government-run health care in recent memory. Among other things, the proposal would lower Medicare’s eligibility …

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Obamacare subsidies offer welfare to the wealthy

This week, the House of Representatives will consider the $3.5 trillion budget resolution that passed the Senate earlier this month. The proposal includes a host of liberal goals, including permanently extending certain Obamacare subsidies that Congress had previously made more generous only through 2022. These subsidies are already enormously expensive. …

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Hold the Applause, Biden Shouldn’t Take an Obamacare Victory Lap

President Joe Biden has finally figured out how to get Americans onto the Obamacare exchanges — by paying them. The administration recently congratulated itself after 2.5 million Americans signed up for plans through the government-run marketplaces during a newly created Special Enrollment Period that closed August 15. But these figures don’t reflect newfound …

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The Real Vaccine Skeptics Work at the FDA

Demonstrators in 50 cities across the country took the streets last month to demand a government takeover of America’s health system. The Democrats who control Washington are trying to give those activists what they’re asking for, albeit in piecemeal fashion. In recent weeks, they’ve proposed lowering Medicare’s eligibility age and adding dental, vision and hearing benefits …

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Let’s Not Repeat Canada’s Healthcare Mistakes

Demonstrators in 50 cities across the country took the streets last month to demand a government takeover of America’s health system. The Democrats who control Washington are trying to give those activists what they’re asking for, albeit in piecemeal fashion. In recent weeks, they’ve proposed lowering Medicare’s eligibility age and adding dental, vision and hearing benefits …

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Medicare And Medicaid Turn 56 Today. That’s Not Exactly Cause For Celebration.

Today, Medicare and Medicaid mark their 56th birthday. They were signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson to ensure that seniors and the poor had access to quality, affordable health coverage as part of his Great Society. They’ve grown far beyond what their creators envisioned. In 1967, the House Ways …

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Biden’s new plan isn’t any better for your health

Last week, President Joe Biden unveiled a new social spending framework that omitted many of the healthcare provisions Democrats have been calling for. One provision that has survived is a massive and wasteful expansion of Obamacare . In March, Congress made federal tax credits available to those shopping for coverage on the exchanges with …

Commentary

Democrats Have Built a Healthcare Agenda Around an Imaginary Crisis

Is America in the midst of a health insurance crisis? That’s the picture Democrats in Washington are painting. According to their narrative, health coverage is out of reach for a number of Americans. Only an aggressive — and exorbitantly expensive — effort to expand the number of people covered by taxpayer-funded insurance …

Commentary

Bernie’s Not-So-Subtle Single-Payer Plot

Senator Bernie Sanders (I.,Vt.), America’s most prominent proponent of government-run health care, is once again leading the charge to move our country to a single-payer system. As chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, Sanders is pushing a $3.5 trillion budget plan that includes expansions of Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare. Some …

Commentary

Budget Reconciliation Bill’s Healthcare Provisions Are Disastrous

Last week, House Democrats passed the $3.5 trillion budget resolution that their Senate counterparts approved earlier this month. The resolution is merely a framework, though. Over the coming months, lawmakers will write the actual legislative text of this mammoth spending bill, which could usher in the most radical changes to our healthcare …

Commentary

Democrats’ Budget Plan Hides a Slow-Moving Healthcare Takeover

Progressives just got one step closer to their dream of socialized health care. In a party-line vote this week, the Democratic House majority ratified a $3.5 trillion budget plan that includes the largest expansion of government-run health care in recent memory. Among other things, the proposal would lower Medicare’s eligibility …

Commentary

Obamacare subsidies offer welfare to the wealthy

This week, the House of Representatives will consider the $3.5 trillion budget resolution that passed the Senate earlier this month. The proposal includes a host of liberal goals, including permanently extending certain Obamacare subsidies that Congress had previously made more generous only through 2022. These subsidies are already enormously expensive. …

Commentary

Hold the Applause, Biden Shouldn’t Take an Obamacare Victory Lap

President Joe Biden has finally figured out how to get Americans onto the Obamacare exchanges — by paying them. The administration recently congratulated itself after 2.5 million Americans signed up for plans through the government-run marketplaces during a newly created Special Enrollment Period that closed August 15. But these figures don’t reflect newfound …

Commentary

The Real Vaccine Skeptics Work at the FDA

Demonstrators in 50 cities across the country took the streets last month to demand a government takeover of America’s health system. The Democrats who control Washington are trying to give those activists what they’re asking for, albeit in piecemeal fashion. In recent weeks, they’ve proposed lowering Medicare’s eligibility age and adding dental, vision and hearing benefits …

Commentary

Let’s Not Repeat Canada’s Healthcare Mistakes

Demonstrators in 50 cities across the country took the streets last month to demand a government takeover of America’s health system. The Democrats who control Washington are trying to give those activists what they’re asking for, albeit in piecemeal fashion. In recent weeks, they’ve proposed lowering Medicare’s eligibility age and adding dental, vision and hearing benefits …

Commentary

Medicare And Medicaid Turn 56 Today. That’s Not Exactly Cause For Celebration.

Today, Medicare and Medicaid mark their 56th birthday. They were signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson to ensure that seniors and the poor had access to quality, affordable health coverage as part of his Great Society. They’ve grown far beyond what their creators envisioned. In 1967, the House Ways …

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