On Health Care, Federalism to the Rescue

Temporary setbacks can often yield important knowledge that leads to more meaningful accomplishments—a lesson senators should remember while pondering the…

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The Need for Medicaid Reform

There’s often a disconnect between Washington and the rest of the country, and Medicaid reform is no exception. The House…

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Legislative Bulletin: CBO Analysis of Senate Republican “Repeal and Replace” Legislation

On June 26, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its score of the Senate Republican Obamacare legislation. CBO found that…

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Legislative Bulletin: Summary of Senate Republicans’ Revised Better Care Reconciliation Act

On June 26, Senate leadership released an updated discussion draft of their Obamacare “repeal-and-replace” bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act.…

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How Will Senate Health Bill Lower Premiums? Corporate Welfare

When the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) releases its estimate of Senate Republicans’ Obamacare discussion draft this week, it will undoubtedly…

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How “Repeal and Replace” Legislation Could Increase the Deficit

Even if the Congressional Budget Office releases an estimate early next week claiming that the Senate Obamacare discussion draft reduces…

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Top Ten Reasons Senate Health Bill is Fake Repeal

A PDF version of this document can be found at the Texas Public Policy Foundation website. Retains Obamacare Insurance Subsides. …

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Legislative Bulletin: Summary of Senate Republicans’ Better Care Reconciliation Act

A PDF version of this document is available at the Texas Public Policy Foundation website. On June 22, Senate leadership…

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A Delayed Medicaid Phase-Out Is No Phase-Out at All

As the Senate attempts to develop its version of Obamacare “repeal-and-replace” legislation, lawmakers have floated a lengthy phase-out of the…

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