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Health Care
June 10, 2020
States are about to be hit by a Medicaid Tidal Wave
This report describes the fiscal burden states will face from anticipated Medicaid growth from the recession and congressional restrictions on enrollment control.
Health Care
April 22, 2020
Congress's Medicaid funding increase creates massive legal uncertainty for states during COVID-19 Crisis
The report by the Foundation for Government Accountability shows how new funding could restrict states from running Medicaid as they see fit.
Health Care
April 1, 2020
Is Medicaid Expansion Worth It?
The report reviews three economic studies to determine Medicaid expansion impact on mortality and health outcomes.
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Health Care
February 26, 2020
Competitor's Veto: State Certificate of need Laws Violate State Prohibitions on Monopolies
This paper reviews the constitutional issues involved with certificate of need laws and argues how such laws allow governments to establish monopolies.
Health Care
June 26, 2019
The Arizona Medicaid Expansion Experience
The study debunks the idea that employer insurance plans are subsidizing the uninsured through cost shifting.
Health Care
June 12, 2019
Hospital Network Competition and Adverse Selection: Evidence From the Massachusetts health Insurance Exchange
Mark Shepard looks at date in the Boston health care market to show how insurers are restricting their networks.

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Policy Studies
June 10, 2020
By Nicholas Horton, Jonathan Ingram
This report describes the fiscal burden states will face from anticipated Medicaid growth from the recession and congressional restrictions on enrollment control.
April 22, 2020
By Foundation for Government Accountability
The report by the Foundation for Government Accountability shows how new funding could restrict states from running Medicaid as they see fit.
April 1, 2020
By David Balat, Brian Blase
The report reviews three economic studies to determine Medicaid expansion impact on mortality and health outcomes.
February 26, 2020
By Christina Sandefur
This paper reviews the constitutional issues involved with certificate of need laws and argues how such laws allow governments to establish monopolies.
June 26, 2019
The study debunks the idea that employer insurance plans are subsidizing the uninsured through cost shifting.
June 12, 2019
Mark Shepard looks at date in the Boston health care market to show how insurers are restricting their networks.
June 4, 2019
Chris Pope of the Manhattan Institute makes the case of how so-called "short-term" insurance plans are not "junk insurance" and how expansion of access will not leave the federal government with a bigger bill to take care of the sick.
May 28, 2019
The study looks at what health care innovations under Section 1332 waivers would be worthwhile for the State of Georgia.
March 22, 2018
By Frederick D. Palmer, Isaac Orr
The eight-year tenure of the Obama administration inflicted intentional, serious damage on the country’s capacity to provide the electricity that runs our computers, heats, cools, and lights our homes, powers our factories, and fuels our economy.
March 8, 2018
By Frederick D. Palmer, Isaac Orr
Why would anyone scrap perfectly good high-quality computers, smartphones, or cars for more costly, lower quality, and less reliable products? Yet, that is exactly what policymakers do when they push coal-fired power plants into early retirement.