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Health Care Savings in Obama's Budget

Congressional Republicans are utterly ignoring the president's proposed budget...

Obamacare Coverage Is Worse than Nothing for Most People

A primary goal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was to make health coverage affordable and expand coverage. But the ACA made health care unaffordable and left the formerly-insured better off with no coverage, writes NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick for Townhall...

Post-Katrina New Orleans: A Step Forward, but not a Model

Katrina defeated the inertia that sustained one of the nation's worst public school systems...

The Interstate Health Insurance Compact: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Representative Fred Upton, newly appointed to the House Republican Health Reform Task Force, has a bill with an excellent proposal: An interstate compact for health insurance...

Under Cruz and Trump Tax Plans, Government Jobs Could Plummet but Millions of Private Sector Jobs Added

Both the Cruz and Trump tax plans would create large numbers of private sector jobs, according to an NCPA/Beacon Hill analysis...

Believe It Or Not, the Republican Obamacare Replacement Plan Might Come Together

In this Forbes commentary, NCPA Senior Fellow John Graham says that a viable alternative to Obamacare from Congressional Republicans could be on the horizon...

Uninsured Shoppers May Lose their Drug Discounts Unless they Find a New Card

Shoppers need to be aware that whoever their preferred pharmacy, it may inadvertently discard pharmacy discount program files as a means to post pharmacy profits...

The Sharp Rise in the Price of Some Generic Drugs is Finally Slowing

There are a variety of reasons generic drug prices can climb, including consolidation in the supply chain as well as legal and regulatory reason...

San Antonio Stadium Subsidy Could Leave Taxpayers Holding the Ball

San Antonio's decision to use taxpayer funds to buy a soccer stadium could put taxpayers on the hook for decades, warns NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a Heartland article...

Increasing Medicaid Dependency Does Not Reduce "Uncompensated" Care

Ohio governor John Kasich is one of only three Republican governors who took federal Obamacare money to increase Medicaid dependency...


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