We're often told European countries are better off thanks to big-government policies. So why is the U.S. beating France in many important ways?
A war on terror–era program is the only legal avenue for people seeking compensation for a COVID vaccine injury.
Over the last several years, they have worked nonstop to ease the tax burden of their high-income constituents.
Higher rates lead to more debt, and more debt begets higher rates, and on and on. Get the picture?
The government has doubled down on failed policies, citing deeply flawed studies and misrepresenting data.
Medicare's new price-setting process for drug purchases is better than its current one if the result is lower government spending.
The United States currently supplies about 70 percent of the plasma used to manufacture therapies for the entire world.
On September 5, the Keystone State is removing a big barrier to health care.
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The Affordable Care Act's individual mandate penalty meets the bankcuptcy code.
The FDA decision is only a mini step toward freeing the pill.
a Sixth Circuit panel concludes (by a 2-1 vote) in staying an injunction against the law pending appeal.
"there would be a very strong case for prompt review by this Court."
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Some of the points made by Rabbi Yitzhak Grossman in the course of assessing the issue under Jewish law have broader significance, as well.
Letting third parties pay our bills pushes prices higher and limits our options.
Projections of huge savings are making the rounds. Nothing could be further from the truth.
South Carolina will now only require a certificate of need for long-term care facilities, opening the health care market to smaller providers.
The state’s Supreme Court strikes down an absurd, unneeded occupational licensing demand.
Even taking all the money from every billionaire wouldn't cover our coming bankruptcy.
The few good studies on teen depression and social media undercut attempts to establish causal connections between the two.
Most cancer diagnoses and deaths are due to cancers for which there are no recommended screening tests.
The U.S. tax system is extremely progressive, even compared to European countries—whose governments rely on taxing the middle class.
More than 3,000 Americans die each year waiting for a bone marrow donor. Be the Match still refuses to compensate donors.
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Why the businessman launched a long shot campaign for the presidency.
Fifth Circuit Issues Administrative Stay Blocking District Court Decision Striking Down Obamacare Preventive Care Insurance Mandates
The stay is only temporary, and could be quickly lifted. But it's still a negative sign for the plaintiffs in the case.
FDA Might Approve Over-the-Counter Sales of One Birth Control Pill. Now It's Time To Approve All the Rest.
Why won’t the FDA allow women to buy a safer product without requiring a doctor’s visit that medical experts think is unnecessary?
The records confirm medical neglect in a federal women's prison that Reason first reported on in 2020.
"If there is freedom, private property, rule of law, then Latin Americans thrive," says the social media star.
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Mifepristone will remain on the market for now with no changes to how it can be prescribed.
My brief rejoinder to his response to my earlier post on this subject.
This piece is his response to my post criticizing of an article he wrote in the City Journal.
It’s not the FDA’s job to tell doctors what to do.