Obamacare Individual Mandate Repeal: House of Representatives Should Follow Senate Lead

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Health Care Expert Says Congress Can Fix Gross Violation of Individual Liberty Mandate to Buy Insurance Failed to Make Obamacare Exchanges Function Properly Washington, DC – With the Senate version of tax reform containing a repeal of Obamacare’s individual mandate, ...
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STRONGER Protections May Be Answer to Drug Patent Trolls

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When Congress addressed patent reform earlier this decade, their attempt to stop “patent trolls” culminated in a law that the National Center’s Jeff Stier says ended up being “a solution in search of a problem.”  As a result, there are ...
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New FDA Tobacco Proposal Embraces Harm Reduction

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Exploration of Nicotine Reduction in Cigarettes Part of Sweeping Change in Federal Attitude Toward Lower-Risk Nicotine Products National Center's Jeff Stier Available for Interviews on the Real News Behind the Sensational Headlines New York, NY / Washington, D.C. - In ...
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Health Insurance, Pharmaceutical Industries Blamed for Stalled Health Care Reform

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Free Enterprise Project Blasts Industries for Embracing ObamaCare's Crony Structure as Americans Suffer Washington, D.C. - America's leading conservative shareholder activist organization is blaming the health insurance and pharmaceutical industries for the failure of the U.S. Senate to reach a ...
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Eli Lilly Finally Admits ObamaCare’s Failures: New CEO Says Benefits of the Law Have Been “Marginal at Best”

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Free Enterprise Project Urges Lilly to Be Part of ObamaCare's Repeal and Replacement; Pharmaceutical Giant Commits to Working with President Trump and Other DC Leaders on Reform National Center for Public Policy Research Scores Major Free Speech Victory As "Fake ...
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Corporations That Supported ObamaCare Need to Now Help President Trump Repeal and Replace

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Will Walgreens and other corporations that formerly backed ObamaCare now reform their ways and help President Trump with his health care reform initiatives? One J.D. discussed it with another J.D. on “Newsmax Prime” on January 27, 2017, as former Rep ...
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ObamaCare Exchanges: Just Because You Are Eligible For a Subsidy Doesn’t Mean You Will Qualify for One, by David Hogberg, Ph.D. and Sean Parnell

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Executive Summary The ObamaCare exchanges are supposed to subsidize the health insurance of everyone earning between 138 percent ($15,856 for an individual) and 400 percent ($45,960) of the federal poverty level (FPL) in a state that has expanded Medicaid and ...
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Why The “Young Invincibles” Won’t Participate In The ObamaCare Exchanges and Why It Matters, by David Hogberg, Ph.D.

Executive Summary If the ObamaCare health insurance exchanges are to function properly, it is crucial that a substantial number of people ages 18-34 join them. This age group that is young and relatively healthy must purchase health insurance on the ...
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California’s Coming Health Insurance Death Spiral, by David Hogberg, Ph.D.

Will relatively young and healthy people purchase health insurance from the ObamaCare exchanges? After the release of alleged insurance premiums by California's ObamaCare-mandated health insurance exchange—"Covered California"—the participation of the Golden State's youth is the topic of serious debate. Covered ...
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The Next Exodus: Primary-Care Physicians and Medicare, by David Hogberg

In late 2009 the highly respected Mayo Clinic grabbed national headlines when it announced that one of its primary-care centers was no longer accepting Medicare. Henceforth, Medicare patients visiting its family clinic in Glendale, Arizona would have to pay cash ...
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