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21st Century Health Care Options for the States

Chris Jacobs
April 25, 2013

In this policy document, Chris Jacobs writes that state legislatures are considering whether or not to expand their existing Medicaid programs.  The Supreme Court ruling struck down the m

A Model for Reform

Grace-Marie Turner
May 22, 2013

In this Newsletter for Galen, Turner writes that Medicare covers nearly 50 million Americans and will cost almost $600 billion this year. President Barack Obama has highlighted the need t

How To Save $213 Billion—And Your Own Life

Grace-Marie Turner
June 22, 2013

In this Newsletter, Grace Turner asks are we taking too many drugs? There is some evidence that we are, as a nation.

Whipsawed by ObamaCare

Grace-Marie Turner
July 3, 2013

The author in this blog post at Galen, asks a simple question:

The IRS and its 46 new powers to enforce ObamaCare

June 5, 2013

In this blog posting at Galen, the authors write that the power granted to the IRS to enforce ObamaCare’s mandates, taxes, penalties, reporting, and other requirements is unprecedented.

Pennsylvania Would Pay a High Price for Medicaid Expansion

July 1, 2013

Pennsylvania is being pressured to expand Medicaid to families earning up to $30,000 a year, as the Affordable

Washington's Rebate Tax Would Be Paid By Seniors

July 27, 2011

Leading congressional Democrats appear ready to impose a new tax on prescription drugs for seniors -- a tax that would increase Medicare drug plan premiums for some seniors by as much as 40 percent

At the Ballot Box, Voters Reject Obamacare

Grace-Marie Turner
November 3, 2010

In this posting that also appeared at National Review Online

Obamacare is Not Entitlement Reform

James Capretta
June 7, 2010

James Capretta of the Ethics and Public Policy Institute provides his analysis of why Obamacare is not entitlement reform, published by the Galen Institute. In it, he writes that, 

Obamacare’s Last Stand

Grace-Marie Turner
May 17, 2011

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