As can be expected in a mid-term election year, last night’s State of the Union speech was a doozy. This time around, the President promised Americans everything from retirement security and tax reform, to immigration reform
As the costs of Obamacare continue to become clearer to the general public, E21 asked our readers, “If it were possible to repeal just one part of Obamacare, what would you do?”
The Food and Drug Administration is at it again. Despite a recent outbreak of type B meningitis at the University of California, Santa Barbara, the FDA will not allow students to be vaccinated against the disease
Obamacare is no longer a theoretical proposition. It is now being implemented, if with some notable exceptions for the portions of the law the Obama administration finds particularly inconvenient. Millions of Americans are experiencing its consequences directly
Judge Paul L. Friedman of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled on Wednesday in Halbig v. Sebelius that people who sign up for health insurance on federal exchanges in 34 states can get subsidies, disappointing those who thought that the courts would strike down the subsidies.
U.S. District Court Judge Paul Friedman upheld yesterday in Halbig, et al., v. Sebelius, et al an Internal Revenue Service rule that authorized the payment of premium assistance tax credits in federal-run health exchanges. The plaintiffs had argued that
Followers of the national healthcare policy debate may have noticed an interesting recent turn. After the Affordable Care Act (ACA)’s troubled rollout, the law’s supporters
New data from the Oregon Medicaid expansion study—examining a 2008 lottery where 30,000 random winners, all low-income uninsured people, got the opportunity to apply for Medicaid—gives fodder for critics of Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion. The study found
The American people deserve a Christmas gift: permission to buy lower-cost, catastrophic health insurance on the exchanges. Such insurance offers protection for major illnesses but not for routine care.
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