The elimination of three health care taxes will increase the deficit by $373 billion.
Health care reform
She hasn't come up with a plan to pay for single-payer. She's come up with a plan to let her claim she has a plan.
Senator can't even accurately represent a plan whose numbers don't remotely add up
Health care policy has dominated the early 2020 debates, and Obamacare has few defenders left.
Perhaps the most radical aspect of the new Walmart Heath clinic? Consumers will know exactly what each service costs.
A decade after Obamacare, the Democratic Party has embraced health care radicalism.
The presidential candidate is still dodging tough questions.
The cost of single-payer would dwarf the price of Obamacare.
Biden is framing his new plan as a defense of Obamacare. It's not.
Under Warren's Medicare for All Plan, Many Hospitals Would Be Forced to Close—Especially in Poor, Rural Areas
By paying dramatically lower rates, the single-payer plan would lead to a contraction in health care services.
By trying to control markets, lawmakers only make problems worse.
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Bernie Sanders Thinks Medicare for All Would Solve America's Health Care Problems. It Would Make Them Worse.
The nation's largest health care program faces a shortfall in less than a decade.
Right to Try Gives Terminal Patients Access to Potentially Life-Saving Treatments Without FDA Permission
An interview with Christina Sandefur of the Goldwater Institute, which was instrumental in passing the new federal law.
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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.
The new plan is likely to resemble an old plan that was barely a plan at all.
This is selective enforcement of the law for political purposes.
Beto O'Rourke's Health Care Plan Is an Attempt to Back Medicare for All Without the Problems of Single Payer
Medicare for America doesn't solve the problems of government-run health care. It just creates new ones.
Large Majority of Millennials and Gen Z Support Private Health Insurance While Nearly Half Say They Want Socialism: Reason Roundup
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Pioneering treatments may require equally pioneering payment models.
Specifics remain sparse, but universal healthcare will surely increase demand for medical services, and California's already low on nurses.
Support drops when you tell people it would require higher taxes, longer lines, and switching insurance plans.
In 2019, it's liberals, not conservatives, who are holding the pill hostage for political gain.
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The ruling will almost certainly be appealed.
Premiums are down and choice is up after Republican tweaks to the Affordable Care Act.
The Obamacare contraception mandate is getting a Trump-era overhaul.
Turns out voters like the Democratic health law...when it's run by Republicans.
In a new op-ed attacking single-payer, Trump inadvertently reveals that he's in favor of socialism-as long as it's for his supporters.
Rules and regulations intended to reform health care are driving private practices out of business by overconfident design.
The Congressional Budget Office believes the plans can lead to 400,000 currently uninsured getting medical coverage.
Instead, the executive branch will argue that the insurance requirement and the health law's preexisting conditions rules should be struck down.
Almost by accident, the GOP has made Obamacare their own.
If we want to solve the doctor shortage, we should import more foreign physicians.
The change would put D.C. in line with a rapidly rising number of states allowing pharmacist-prescribed oral contraceptives.
The prospect of cheap Canadian meds is once again captivating policymakers.
It's another of a panoply of ways to silence opinions academics and students disagree with.
Department of Health and Human Services officials claim the rule will not change coverage for "99.9 percent of women."
Reason editor in chief steps into The Fifth Column.
If single-payer couldn't make it out of Sanders' home state, there's no reason to try it on all of America.