Healthcare decisions are intensely personal, and everyone deserves the right to make their own healthcare decisions and from what type of healthcare coverage they purchase to what medications they take. Health reform that works must be focused on expanding choices including allowing individuals to purchase insurance across state lines, to opt for an alternative to traditional health insurance, and to allow individual patients to access promising medications.
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MICHIGAN LEGISLATURE APPROVES ‘RIGHT TO TRY’ EXPERIMENTAL MEDICATIONS BILLPosted on October 01, 2014 | Type: Press Release
Right To Try Bill Offers Hope To Terminally Ill; Awaits Gov. Synder’s Signature
Healthcare Policy DirectorPosted on September 18, 2014 | Type: Article
The Goldwater Institute is in search of a Healthcare Policy Director. The Healthcare Policy Director will lead the Institute’s healthcare research efforts and to reform healthcare policy in Arizona and across the United States. The Director will author and commission studies, draft legislation, and coordinate legislative activity surrounding healthcare legislation. The research component of the job requires well-written and well-researched papers to be published by the Goldwater Institute throughout the year on a number of relevant topics to frame and influence the debate on healthcare policy. The Director will report to the Vice President, External Affairs.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MICHIGAN MOVES CLOSER TO ENACTING ‘RIGHT TO TRY’ EXPERIMENTAL MEDICATION LAWPosted on September 16, 2014 | Type: Press Release
The House Health Policy Committee today moved Michigan one step closer to approving SB991 (Right to Try), which provides terminally ill patients in Michigan access to potentially life-saving medications that have not yet been fully approved by the FDA. Michigan would become the fourth state behind Colorado, Missouri and Louisiana to approve the popular bill, which provides hope to patients who have exhausted traditional treatment options.
MEDIA ADVISORY: AZ GOV. FIGHTS COURT RULING GIVING 36 LEGISLATORS THEIR DAY IN COURTPosted on August 27, 2014 | Type: Press Release
The Arizona State Supreme Court agreed today to hear an appeal brought by Gov. Jan Brewer fighting an appeals court ruling that recognized the standing of 36 state legislators who voted to defeat the expansion of the state’s Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act. In July 2013, Brewer called state legislators into a special session and pressured them to pass a Medicaid expansion bill. This Medicaid tax bill became law with the approval of only a simple majority of legislators, even though a supermajority was constitutionally required under Prop 108 of the state constitution.
Clint Bolick Talks Right To Try On John Batchelor (8/19/2014)Posted on August 19, 2014 | Type: Multimedia