The CBO Score In Context: ‘Losing’ Insurance? Or Gaining Freedom From Government Mandates?

In an article in the National Review Online, Doug Badger explains the assumptions made by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) in scoring the Senate health care bill.  The CBO warned lawmakers that 15 million people will lose medical coverage next year if the Senate GOP’s health-care bill becomes law. However, these people will not really …

Avik Roy in the Wall Street Journal: The Senate Health Care Bill Would Liberate States

In an op-ed published today in the Wall Street Journal, Avik Roy explains how the health care bill would “liberate states to bypass ObamaCare rules and better manage Medicaid.” The bill would reduce overall federal spending, while liberating states from certain ACA burdens. As an example, states would be liberated to conduct more frequent verification …

Citizens Look Forward to the Repeal of Obamacare

In an interesting article in the New York Times titled “Why Some Can’t Wait for a Repeal of Obamacare”, columnist Abby Goodnough shares the voices of those who have been frustrated with the Affordable Care Act and are looking forward to continued reform. Click here to read the article.  

One Nation Health: Why Repeal and Replace Will Start With Reconciliation

In an article published today in Real Clear Politics, One Nation Health’s David Hoppe and John Hart provide context and clarity on the three-step process  to repeal and replace the ACA. The process, consisting of reconciliation legislation, regulatory changes proposed by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, and another piece of legislation done under regular …

Congressmen Release New Health Bill

Congressman and Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Congressman Greg Walden (R-OR), along with their committees, released the American Health Care Act , the plan which promises to repeal and replace Obamacare. Read the congressmen’s op-ed in the Wall Street Journal here.