Commentary

More than eight in 10 Americans fear a second wave of the coronavirus outbreak, according to recent polling from Ipsos. Some cities and states have halted efforts to reopen their economies, in response to rising case counts. But there’s no reason to be fearful. We now have enough information...

CCPA critics warn innovation could lose under the law. What's at stake? By: Samantha Schwartz, CIO Dive Companies built empires on user data — information volunteered in exchange for services. But with heightened privacy scrutiny, could those companies survive today? The California Consumer Privacy Act is challenging how...

With coronavirus cases spiking, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has issued an order halting the state’s reopening and banning elective procedures in hot-spot counties. As more states see viral outbreaks, many governors will be tempted to follow Gov. Abbott’s example. But COVID-19 is not the only threat...

Unaffordable healthcare is an unnecessary access barrier that has burdened too many people with financially ruinous debt. Worsening these outcomes, healthcare waste is excessive, and productivity is stagnating. In response, more and more policymakers are favoring reforms that would nationalize healthcare or create a public health...

If Democrats can't get "Medicare-for-all," it seems they'll settle for "Medicaid-for-most." Last month, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would supposedly "stabilize" ObamaCare by lavishing billions of dollars on Medicaid. To pay for that effort, the bill's proponents envision cutting Medicare by nearly $450 billion over 10 years. Democrats are also lobbying states to expand the...