A Connecticut company got a $138 million government contract in order to break America's supposed "dependence" on foreign-made syringes. It has yet to produce even a single one.
Protectionism is now infecting the GOP to a degree that may be difficult to eradicate when the Trump era ends.
It’s a new era of digital therapeutics—and a reminder of how burdensome the federal regulatory process is.
Making masks, face shields, and other protective equipment is the bottom-up, COVID-19 version of rolling bandages or knitting socks for the troops.
Export restrictions only make sense if you're unable to understand the obvious consequences of that policy.
If you really want politicians to do something helpful, ask them to stop "leading" and to get out of the way.
Some of Trump's tariffs hit medical equipment and supplies from China. We need more trade, not less, to be prepared for pandemics.
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.
A new lawsuit from the Institute for Justice is challenging the state's certificate-of-need laws.
Meet the father-daughter team behind the Yarlap, which promises to fix incontinence...and so much more.