NCPA Media: Health Care

  • Oct 22, 2013

    Sticker Shock

    Fox News Channel: Americans are learning that their health insurance premiums are going to double, or even triple, says NCPA President John Goodman.


  • Oct 21, 2013

    Economist: ‘Triple Whammy' Could Send Obamacare Exchanges Into ‘Death Spiral’

    CNS News: Three major problems could cause ObamaCare to implode, warns NCPA President John Goodman.


  • Oct 21, 2013

    Problems with HealthCare.Gov

    WFAA Channel 8: John Goodman, president of the NCPA, asks whether anyone stopped and considered the consequences of healthcare.gov not working.


  • Oct 21, 2013

    Virginia’s Medicaid Expansion

    WVIR: As Virginia debates whether or not to expand its Medicaid program, NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick explains that the state should explore its options and experiment, rather than use a one-size-fits-all policy.


  • Oct 16, 2013

    Republicans making same old mistake on health reform

    Indianapolis Business Journal: NCPA President John Goodman has real health care alternatives to ObamaCare.


  • Oct 15, 2013

    Young and healthy could wind up paying higher premiums for ObamaCare, some experts say

    Fox News Channel: NCPA President John Goodman explains what happens when high-risk health care consumers do not pay high-risk premiums.


  • Oct 14, 2013

    Up From Obamacare

    A review of The Pipes Plan: The Top Ten Ways to Dismantle Obamacare, by Sally C. Pipes and Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis (Independent Studies in Political Economy), by John C. Goodman

    Claremont Review of Books: The latest review of NCPA President John Goodman’s book Priceless praises its exploration of solutions to the problems with ObamaCare.


  • Oct 09, 2013

    Oklahoma Lawsuit Could Derail Obamacare

    Companies in N.C. and 33 other states could not collect taxes to subsidize policies

    Carolina Journal: John Goodman, president of the NCPA, discusses Oklahoma’s ObamaCare lawsuit and the effect of the health care law on the 2014 mid-term elections.