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  • Mr. President, We Want Real Health Care Reform, Not Obamacare

    In his State of the Union speech, President Obama challenged opponents of his health care law to share their plans for health reform. That is a welcome invitation. So-called opponents of Obamacare are not opponents of health reform. As a matter of fact, the need for reform – including curbing … More

    A Big Day for Medicaid in Ohio: Not So Fast

    The fight over Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion is still raging in Ohio, and today will be a decisive day in that battle as Governor John Kasich (R) attempts to use executive authority to ram through an ill-advised Medicaid expansion. Proponents try to sell the expansion as a conservative policy that even … More

    RSC Health Care Reform: Another Step in the Right Direction

    The Republican Study Committee (RSC) has released its proposal to reform the health care system. The American Health Care Reform Act highlights that there is a better way to address the challenges in American health care. The plan recommends a variety of key policy changes. Some are right on target, … More

    Think Again: The Arkansas Plan for Medicaid Is Still a Bad Idea

    In a desperate attempt to keep the Obamacare Medicaid expansion alive, supporters are trying to break the logjam by suggesting states pursue an “Arkansas model.” However, there are several reasons why it is still a bad idea: Accepts the expansion and funding. Supporters of the Arkansas plan suggest it is … More

    Obamacare: Helping the Sick Means Getting the Policy Right

    On February 15, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced it was suspending future enrollment in its Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) for lack of funds. This week, the House of Representatives is planning to vote on a bill that would transfer $4 billion from the Obamacare Prevention … More

    Obamacare Insurance Exchanges: States Have Options

    Governor John Kasich (R) is expected to opt not to set up a state Obamacare exchange. This is the right decision for Ohio. The President’s health care law is unworkable and unsustainable. Rejecting the health insurance exchanges, and equally as important, the Medicaid expansion, are two opportunities states have to … More

    Morning Bell: What Does the Election Mean for Obamacare?

    What’s next for Obamacare now? The bad news is that many of the health care law’s serious effects were delayed until after the election. Ten of its 18 new tax hikes have yet to kick in. And there is still so much about the law that we don’t even know. … More

    Obamacare: The Battle Intensifies

    Obamacare is not here to stay. Despite the 2012 election, the assumption that the health care law will stay on course is another example of the left’s wishful thinking. Of course, efforts for a complete repeal will likely face the same fate as efforts in the last Congress did. But … More

    Top 5 Obamacare Promises to Remember

    Remember when former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D–CA) told the American people that “we have to pass the [health care] bill so that you can find out what is in it”? Well, it’s been over two years since the enactment of Obamacare, and we’ve found out a lot. … More

    Obamacare Spends More Than a Trillion in Taxpayer Dollars and Still Leaves 30 Million People Uninsured

    On November 7, 2007, at a speech in Bettendorf, Iowa, then-candidate Obama said: Every four years politicians come before you to talk about health care. You hear the same promises. And then you see the same results. Well it’s time to end the outrage of 47 million uninsured Americans. It’s … More