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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Audio: The Problems with the Federal Health Care LawPosted on April 14, 2012 | Type: Audio
The radio show Main Street Out Loud led a discussion on the federal health care law and the Independent Payment Advisory Board. Host Rudi K. was joined by Diane Cohen, senior attorney for the Goldwater Institute; Dr. Byron Schlomach, Director of the Center for Economic Prosperity at the Goldwater Institute; and Dr. John Ammon, Medical Director and President of Docs 4 Patient Care (Arizona Chapter).
Surprises, Strong Finish Mark Last Day of Supreme Court's PPACA FightPosted on March 29, 2012 | Type: Blog | Author: Diane Cohen
On the last day of oral arguments on the President’s health care law, the Court considered the severability and Medicaid expansion issues.
This Week: Will the Court Strike Obama's Healthcare Law?Posted on March 26, 2012 | Type: Blog | Author: Diane Cohen
Two years after the President’s healthcare law was passed, and more than two dozen lawsuits and literally hundreds of court filings later, it is now down to one case before the United States Supreme Court.
Malkin cites Goldwater case against Obama's healthcare lawPosted on March 23, 2012 | Type: Blog | Author: Jon Gabriel
Columnist Michelle Malkin wrote an important piece on what she calls "the mother of all death panels" — the Independent Payment Advisory Board
Let's Open the Door to Compassionate VolunteersPosted on February 14, 2012 | Type: Blog | Author: Diane Cohen
As you read this, hundreds of doctors and other health care professionals are ready to come to Arizona to provide free medical care for those in need. They are volunteers from around the country, who pay their own travel, room and board so that they can donate their skills over the course of several days at free medical clinics.