The presidential candidate wants to end wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and levy a "war tax" for every future conflict.
The new tax won't come close to fulfilling the steep funding needs of Mental Health SF
Consolidation in hospital markets is one cause of rising healthcare costs.
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Restrictionists once again discover that draconian rules aren’t enough to overcome people unwilling to obey.
What happens when a kid raised by "all-natural" parents wants to make a different choice?
Restricting a cancer treatment to only hospitals will harm patients.
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"First trimester abortions, which typically require only medication, do not require the onsite presence of a licensed physician."
Florida is on the brink of abolishing its Certificate of Need laws for health care faciltiies. It's about time.
Designing and implementing a government-run health plan would raise many difficult questions.
A new Congressional Budget Office report shows the consequences of undoing Trump-era rules on less regulated health coverage.
A recent Canadian Broadcasting Corporation article describes the travails of a man and his family who have waited eight years for a kidney transplant. Such needless pain could be eliminated by legalizing organ markets.
It would fast-track FDA review of applications to free the pill from prescriptions and let people use health savings accounts for non-Rx drugs.
Another amicus brief on severability and the Affordable Care Act.
The Trump Administration's embrace of an implausible legal theory has few defenders.
This is selective enforcement of the law for political purposes.
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A new report predicts Medicare spending will rise faster than private health care spending.
In a 5-4 decision, the Court issued a temporary stay of a Louisiana law that could put abortion doctors out of business.
Specifics remain sparse, but universal healthcare will surely increase demand for medical services, and California's already low on nurses.
In 2019, it's liberals, not conservatives, who are holding the pill hostage for political gain.
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An Insured Woman Was Hit With $20,000 in Surprise Bills After a Trip to a San Francisco Emergency Room. The Prices Were Set by the City.
Blame the city Board of Supervisors for unusually high hospital bills.
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With an Erroneous Tweet, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Inadvertently Reveals That Medicare-for-All Proponents Still Don't Have a Plan
Americans don't support single payer. They support Medicare for All, which is just a meaningless catchphrase.
A brief look at 50-year cost and quality trends in cars, houses, college and health care.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is honoring veterans of Veterans Day while simultaneously screwing them over again and again.
If hatred is the country's main political motivator these days, you might as well lean into it.
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Businesses that founder or just never get launched won't suffer anywhere nearly as much as the people who would have benefited from their innovations.
CNN's Jake Tapper kept asking the socialist candidate where the money would come from. Eventually, he gave up.
A lawsuit challenging Iowa's Certificate of Need laws goes before a federal judge today.
Rules and regulations intended to reform health care are driving private practices out of business by overconfident design.
Yes, that's trillion with a "t."