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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Federal health care reform means paying more for lessPosted on March 25, 2010 | Type: Blog | Author: Byron Schlomach
One of my relatives received a letter Tuesday from his primary-care physician announcing that he would no longer accept private insurance or government payment.
Latest version of health care reform as scary as originalPosted on March 18, 2010 | Type: Blog | Author: Clint Bolick
Congressional Democrats are maneuvering to push through the latest version of President Barack Obama’s effort to take over the nation’s health care systems by this weekend.
One Arizona doctor inspired national movement to protect health care freedomPosted on February 09, 2010 | Type: Blog | Author: Clint Bolick
Even before an array of national groups and taxpayers mounted a brave and seemingly unwinnable challenge to nationalized health insurance, an Arizona doctor began the fight to strengthen protection for health care freedom at the state level.
Health care bill begs for Constitutional challengePosted on January 07, 2010 | Type: Blog | Author: Clint Bolick
The health care bills passed by the U.S. House and Senate are so complex, convoluted, and Ponzi-like, they could only have been conceived by Bernie Madoff.
States can set up federal fight on health care reformPosted on October 06, 2009 | Type: Blog | Author: Tom Patterson
Remember the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act that was on the ballot last year and barely failed with 49.8 percent of the vote? The Legislature has already ensured it will be back on the ballot next year, where it's likely to pass. If it does, it could be joined by other states around the country to trigger a much-needed reset of the relationship between the states and federal government.