Let the Individual Mandate Die

In May New Jersey imposed a health-insurance mandate requiring all residents to buy insurance or pay a penalty. More states…

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How an Obscure Regulatory Change Could Transform American Health Insurance

Between the election campaign and incidents of terrorism ranging from attempted bombings to a synagogue shooting, an obscure regulatory proposal…

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House Health Care Bills Show Misplaced Priorities

Why would House Republican leadership place the concerns of gym owners over those of pro-lifers? And why would that same…

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Liberals’ New Plan to Take Over the Health Care System

The Center for American Progress proposed a plan for government-run health care Thursday, which the liberal think tank calls “Medicare…

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Four Ways the Patient Freedom Act Is Worse than Obamacare

Last week, I wrote about how the Patient Freedom Act—introduced by senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Susan Collins (R-ME)—would dramatically…

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The Limousine Liberals Who Won’t Join Obamacare

Even by government standards, it’s an outlandish story of wealth and hypocrisy: A bureaucrat who made more than one million…

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An Insight Into Divisions over Administration Authority to Pay Obamacare Subsidies

A federal district judge ruled this month, in a lawsuit brought by House Republicans, that the Obama administration lacks the authority to pay…

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How Would Hillary Clinton Pay for Her Obamacare “Fix?”

In a recent interview with the Des Moines Register, Hillary Clinton outlined several elements of Obamacare that she said she…

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King v. Burwell and Congressional Intent on Insurance Subsidies

In the big case to be argued before the Supreme Court on Wednesday, supporters of the health-care law maintain that…

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