Assorted observations on yesterday's opinions, what they mean, and what comes next.
BREAKING: SCOTUS Stays OSHA Vax-or-Test Rule, Allows CMS Vaccine Mandate for Health Care Workers to Take Effect
By divided votes, the justices entered stayed t the OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard and stayed the lower court injunctions against the mandate that Medicare and Medicaid service providers require their employees to get vaccinated.
The Supreme Court has asked for responses to the federal government's stay request.
The Biden Administration is seeking to stay lower court injunctions against the mandate.
The district court's justification for a nationwide injunction was decidedly lacking.
Now that a federal appeals court has weighed in, the CMS mandate may reach One First Street.
New analysis from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office shows massive deficit increase as a result of spending bill’s health care provisions.
When everything's a priority, nothing is.
For Biden, "build back better’" apparently means eyes on everything in the economy.
Democrats want to raise the debt ceiling, while Republicans occasionally remember they're against big government spending.
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Historian Amity Shlaes talks about the last time a president massively expanded the federal government to help people.
Amity Shlaes's new history of the late 1960s explains the failure of the last time the federal government tried to fix all that was wrong with America.
Restricting a cancer treatment to only hospitals will harm patients.
A new report predicts Medicare spending will rise faster than private health care spending.
"If Kavanaugh was going to deal a major blow to health care rights during his first session on the court, this would have been the case to do it."
Prescription drugs are getting more and more expensive thanks to the needlessly complex interplay of intellectual property, public funding, and FDA regulation.
Like millions of Americans but with more emojis, the convicted/commuted leaker and would-be senator has views that don't fit neatly into our two-party mold.
Neera Tanden from the Center for American Progress vs. Tarren Bragdon from the Foundation for Government Accountability at the Soho Forum.
The tax was passed in 2013, but did not receive a two-thirds majority from both chambers of the state legislature.
The program desperately needs radical surgery
Ohio could freeze expansion enrollments next year, ignoring the governor's pleas.
The state is spending $37 million a month on recipients potentially not eligible for the program.
They haven't found any that work yet, but Democrats continue running political experiments with expanding government's role in health care.
Under Trump's budget, Medicaid spending would reach the highest level in U.S. history.
The president wants to cut Medicaid but leave Medicare untouched, rewarding supporters at the expense of America's long-term finances.
Look beyond Medicaid to really cut dependence on Planned Parenthood while still ensuring that low-income women have access to medical care.
Can the Free Market Fix Health Care? Listen to Michael Cannon vs. Jonathan Cohn at the Soho Forum (Reason Podcast)
A live debate at the Soho Forum in New York City.
Republicans don't know how to roll back Obamacare's massive expansion of this lousy program.
Government watchdog finds yet another increase in wasteful Medicaid spending.
Ultimately, legislation to repeal and replace the health care law will have to be driven by Congress.
In 2013 it saved Medicare Part D more than $165 million.
John Kasich Deplores Political Gibberish in Presidential Campaign—Then Relies on It to Sell His Own Record on Obamacare
The Ohio governor has repeatedly made misleading statements about his expansion of Medicaid under the president's health law.
If Republicans want to strip Planned Parenthood of state Medicaid funding, they'll have to change federal law first.
If the public is being asked to pay more for charity care, and it is, then it's reasonable to ask exactly what it's getting for its money.
Jared Meyer on "Disinherited: How Washington Is Betraying America's Young"
New bill would kill the Hyde Amendment and also stop states from banning private insurance coverage of abortion.
It's not easy to make medical socialism work
Florida Gov. Rick Scott Says He'll Sue the Obama Administration Over Obamacare Medicaid Expansion Threat
Scott says the Obama admin's threat to cut off health care funding if the state doesn't expand Medicaid is coercive.