Category Archives: Healthcare Reform

CEPR: Opinion- Dean Baker: ‘Can We Pay For Single Payer?’

Source:The New Democrat “Originally Published on TRNN on Oct 27, 2016 Dean Baker of CEPR says if people could buy into a public option, it could seriously mitigate the price hikes Dean Baker BIO: Dean Baker co-founded CEPR (Center for … Continue reading

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Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: Blog: Judith Solomon: Medicaid at 50: A Critical and Evolving Pillar to U.S. Health Care

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: Blog: Judith Solomon: Medicaid at 50: A Critical and Evolving Pillar to U.S. Health Care Medicaid, is a very important health insurance program for people in poverty including the working poor, but also people … Continue reading

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The New Republic: The Long March to Medicare

The New Republic: The Long March to Medicare The fiftieth anniversary of the most successful government health insurance program in the country, if not the most successful health insurance program period. No other health insurer has provided more health insurance … Continue reading

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On The Economy: Blog: Jared Bernstein: The Supreme Court and ObamaCare: Somehow Commonsense Prevailed

On The Economy: Blog: Jared Bernstein: The Supreme Court and ObamaCare: Somehow, Common Sense Prevailed Jared Bernstein, progressive economist from Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, has a very good pice about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable … Continue reading

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Reason: Hit & Run Shikha Dalmia: “SCOTUS Fuctus on ObamaCare”: Interpreting John Roberts’s King V Burwell Decision

Reason: Hit & Run: Shikha Dalmia: SCOTUS Fuctus on ObamaCare Anyone interested, or concern about the title of this piece, especially the first part. Apparently Shikha Dalmia, had a bad day over at Reason today and perhaps doesn’t control, or … Continue reading

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AEI: Ideas: James Pethokoukis: Supreme Court Upholds ObamaCare Subsidies: Where Do Republicans Go From Here?

AEI: Ideas: James Pethokoukis: Supreme Court Upholds ObamaCare Subsidies: Where do Republicans go From Here? With the U.S. Supreme Court making the right decision in ruling in favor of the subsidies in the Affordable Care Act’s health care exchanges, (at … Continue reading

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Reason: Hit & Run: Why Medicare Will Always Need Fixing: How to Reform Medicare

Reason: Hit & Run: Peter Suderman: Why Medicare Will Always Need Fixing This is really about adding onto the Affordable Care Act of 2010. Which I supported then and I support now, but even great legislation which the ACA even … Continue reading

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Center For Public Integrity: Wendell Potter- “Britain’s Healthcare System is Better”: Give Me a Break

Center For Public Integrity- Wendell Potter: Socialized or Not, Britain’s Health Care System is Superior Just case there isn’t enough evidence that America won’t have a British based government-run health care system both health insurance and health care anytime soon … Continue reading

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CATO: Blog: Ilya Shapiro: ObamaCare’s Medicaid Expansion Violates Federalism

This post was originally posted at FRS FreeStateNow on WordPress, January, 2012 I would’ve gone farther to bring down healthcare costs with things like preventive care, taxing junk food and drink, getting junk food and drink out of public schools, … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Times: Report: David G. Savage & Noam N. Levey: Medicaid Could be in U.S. Supreme Court’s Sights

This post was originally posted at FRS FreeStateNow on WordPress, March, 2012 As part of trying to expand health insurance to uninsured Americans in 2010, when President Obama and Congressional Democrats created the Affordable Care Act in 2010, They put … Continue reading

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