Healthcare Competition Isn’t Just A Republican Messaging Point


The midterm elections are tomorrow. Polling suggests Republicans have a shot at winning back both the House and Senate, as voters are coalescing around the GOP’s ideas for reducing inflation and crime.

While those ideas might lead to electoral victory, they’re not the only policy priorities on conservatives’ list. Republicans have also promised to make “transparency, choice, and competition” the centerpieces of their approach to improving America’s healthcare system.

Those principles are missing from the government-dominated status quo of the last few years. Prices have been rising in large part because of declining competition in the healthcare market.

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