To solve a problem, one must first diagnose its cause. This rings true in all walks of life. Yet this fundamental principle seems to be ignored when the problems of inner-city crime and poverty are considered.
After a federal judge blocked Kentucky’s Medicaid work requirement, President Donald Trump’s Council of Economic Advisers released a study that concluded many people who receive Medicaid benefits can work but choose not to.
An organization dedicated to Medicaid expansion has submitted 133,000 signatures to the Nebraska Secretary of State in an effort to place on this November’s ballot an initiative to expand Medicaid in the state.
The Heartland Institute hosted its second America First Energy Conference at which more than 40 speakers from government and the private sector discussed energy and environment regulatory reforms necessary to advance U.S. energy dominance.
The federal government is paying for a continually increasing share of Americans’ health care, with current and future federal taxpayers’ proportion of overall health care spending now approaching 50 percent.
The Republican nominee for governor of Ohio, Mike DeWine, announced he supports retaining Medicaid expansion in the Buckeye State but wants to establish work requirements for healthy adults in the expansion program.
Even though most studies using the highest quality of research show that underprivileged children benefit academically when able to use vouchers to attend private schools, the political and educationist Left use any scrap of data.
A telemedicine program implemented at 23 U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals in Virginia has decreased the number of patients transferred to other intensive care units (ICUs) at larger VA hospitals.
In the first civil trial over claims the popular herbicide Roundup causes cancer, a California superior court jury awarded Dewayne Lee Johnson more than $289 million in compensatory and punitive damages from Monsanto Corporation.