A reply to Professor Andrew Koppelman
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The Pharmacy Access Act is good policy stuck in legislative limbo.
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Inmates with opioid addiction suffered severe withdrawal after the Jefferson County Correctional Facility stripped them of their medication.
“We believe in parents' rights and that the best decisions regarding medical treatment options for children are made by parents.”
Missouri Lawmaker Behind Confusing Abortion Bill Says He'll Clarify Ban on Ending Ectopic Pregnancies
But the bill is still a mess.
ACLU: “The agency’s new rule substitutes parents’ judgment as to what medical care is in the best interests of their children for the judgment of the government.”
Texas Classifies Medical Treatment of Trans Minors as Abuse, Threatens Parents, Orders Caregivers To Snitch
These orders aren’t about safety. They’re a complete rejection of the legitimacy of these procedures, and a denial of individual liberty.
The cost of 'free' tests is really going up when you look at insurance premiums.
The House passed the bill this week with little fanfare and broad bipartisan support.
They cause vastly more harm than good and actually undermine health care and scientific progress in the long run.
The state's certificate of need laws are currently blocking an estimated $1 billion in potential health care investment.
A Wisconsin judge treats health care workers like serfs, legally tied to the workplace they'd like to leave.
Mississippi has banned new home health care licenses for more than 40 years, despite mounting evidence that the state's CON laws are raising prices and limiting access to care.
While the rule is set to go into effect this weekend, companies are scrambling to figure out how to cover or reimburse people for the tests.
Supreme Court Rules Against OSHA Large-Employer Vaccine Mandate, but Upholds Mandate for Health Care Workers
I think both rulings are correct, though not always for the reasons given by the Court.
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Two district courts have granted injunctions against the rule requiring vaccines for workers at Medicare and Medicaid providers, one nationwide.
Something to be grateful for.
A new report commits a bunch of familiar sins.
It also explains why they probably should never have been adopted in the first place.
Prohibition forces doctors to cut patients off from essential pain-killing medication.
Dispatching a state trooper to a hospital seems a bit excessive.
In a lawsuit, Marc Crawford's widow says the state refused to give him his prescriptions and his chemotherapy.
New analysis from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office shows massive deficit increase as a result of spending bill’s health care provisions.
In much the same way that zoning laws are wielded by NIMBYs to block new development, Certificate-of-Need laws can be used to impose costly delays on building new medical facilities.
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Vaccine hesitancy can, in part, be laid at the feet of experts who betrayed the public’s trust.
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Taxing the Rich Isn't Enough to Pay for Democrats' Welfare State. They'll Need To Soak the Middle Class Too.
There simply aren't enough rich people to finance all the new spending.