CREATES Act the Right Prescription for Lower Drug Prices

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In his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump said “[o]ne of my greatest priorities is to reduce the price of prescription drugs.” The CREATES Act, already under consideration in Congress, could help achieve that goal. In a recent ...
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Controversial United Nations Cancer Report Selectively Edited to Promote Weed-Killer Scare

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Anti-GMO Activist May Have Run Amok in World Health Organization Cancer Agency Agency Rebuffs Congressional Investigation, Leading to Increased Calls to Cut U.S. Funding of Scandal-Ridden WHO Global Public Health Too Important to Cede to Political Activists 
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Hogberg in American Spectator: Tax Reform Should Repeal Obamacare’s Individual Mandate

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Tax reform bills may have passed in the House and Senate, but there’s still a lot of work to be done before anything is sent to the White House. Now, the bills are expected to go to a conference committee ...
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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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NYC Moves to Snuff Out E-Cigs: “What Are They Smoking?”

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The U.S. and U.K. governments see lower-risk nicotine products as a tool to bring smoking-related diseases down to levels not seen in generations.  But in New York City, legislators want to recklessly regulate responsible vape retailers out of existence.  What ...
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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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CVS Health Faces ObamaCare Repeal Question

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Executives Quizzed About Working With Trump Administration on Free-Market Health Care Reform As New Health Care Legislation Heads to the Senate and an Uncertain Future, Free Enterprise Project Says Corporations That Supported ObamaCare Have a Moral Obligation to Advance Repeal ...
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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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