NCPA Media: Health Care

  • 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.


  • Oct 08, 2013

    ObamaCare Costs

    Fox News Channel: NCPA President John Goodman tells Fox News that health care spending and premium costs will rise under ObamaCare.


  • Oct 04, 2013

    Debunking 5 Common ObamaCare Myths

    Fox Business: NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick explains some of the details of the Affordable Care Act.


  • Oct 04, 2013

    Grading ObamaCare, Week 1: Incomplete

    Fox Business: The first week of ObamaCare enrollment looks more like a trickle than a flood, says NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick.


  • Oct 03, 2013

    Employers Offering ‘Skinny’ Health Plans to Avoid Obamacare Penalties

    The Heartland Institute: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick says that the complexity of ObamaCare allows companies to take advantage of loopholes.


  • Oct 03, 2013

    Bill Whitaker: Shutdown is result of our era of scorched-earth politics

    Waco Tribune: NCPA President John C. Goodman’s proposal for fixing health care would allow Americans to use tax credits to buy insurance.


  • Sep 30, 2013

    Countdown to ObamaCare (Part 4): How many choices will I have?

    The health insurance exchanges are scheduled to begin tomorrow, but not everyone will have the same choices.

    One News Now: Health insurance options under ObamaCare will depend upon where an individual lives, says NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick.