May state legislative applications limit an Article V convention? Subject, yes; specific language, probably not
- September 12, 2013
ObamaCare forces the purchase of health insurance without regard to its price, quality, or value. Federal policies that increase coverage increase the amount of money flowing to special interests. Federal policies that decrease coverage mean more money for private households. No wonder both ObamaCare supporters and Obamacare reformers evaluate proposed changes on whether they increase or decrease coverage.READ MORE
Of the health care bill (HR 3590), Peter Suderman writes:
Just days after President Obama first took office, Peter Orszag, in his new role as director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) … declared that “the single most important thing we can do to improve the long-term fiscal health of our nation is slow […]
Note: This post is not about the proper legal status of abortion or whether it is moral. It’s about medical care costs and how patients pay for it. Readers can appreciate the content of this post regardless of their position on legal abortion.
Politicians like to talk about how to keep medical care costs in check, […]