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Rhode Island Global Consumer Choice Compact Medicaid Waiver: A National Model for Medicaid Reform

Gary D. Alexander
January 1, 2010

The United States is on a long-term unsustainable budgetary path.

ObamaCare Co-ops: Cause Célèbre or Costly Conundrum?

Grace-Marie Turner
June 23, 2015

The Affordable Care Act created a new kind of “cooperative” health insurance arrangement heralded by supporters of health reform.  The co-ops were founded on the idealistic belief that communi

Medicaid Expansion Will COST Virginians, In Many Ways

February 14, 2013

Virginia, like many others states, is struggling with whether or not to expand Medicaid for uninsured citizens who have incomes up to 133% of poverty, as the new health law allows.

Why States Should Not Expand Medicaid

Grace-Marie Turner and Avik Roy
May 1, 2013

States are being strongly pressured to expand Medicaid to families earning up to $30,000 a year, as the Affordable Care Act allows.

President Obama’s Dangerous New Medical Board

Grace-Marie Turner
February 29, 2012

In this article that also appeaed in Forbes, the author contends that, 

President Obama Wants to Strengthen Medicare Rationing Board

Grace-Marie Turner
March 6, 2012

In this Commentary, that was also in the Hawaii Reporter, Grace

How ObamaCare Hurts Seniors

March 19, 2012

In this Newsletter, the author makes several points:

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