What if the solution to Washington… wasn’t in Washington? The 50 states could be America’s secret weapon against an ever-expanding federal government. States can amend the constitution to demand fiscal responsibility in Washington, can request that federal regulation comply with local ordinances, and can form interstate compacts to better protect constitutional rights. The Goldwater Institute is providing a roadmap for states to reassert their power under the Tenth Amendment.
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We Need to Fall Back to Protect ArizonaPosted on March 29, 2010 | Type: Op-Ed
All the warnings went unheeded. As lovely as the idea is for every American citizen to receive better health care, we know the unattainable will eventually take down an already floundering economy.
Darcy Olsen discusses the Health Care Freedom Act with Mike BroomheadPosted on March 22, 2010 | Type: Audio
Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen joined Mike Broomhead on KFYI to explain the Health Care Freedom Act and how it can help protect Arizonans' health care choices.
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.
Virginia Closer to Banning Insurance RequirementPosted on February 02, 2010 | Type: In the News
As if the message from Massachusetts were not clear enough, the Virginia state Senate passed a measure on Monday — with Democratic help — that would attempt to block any effort to make health insurance mandatory for citizens, a centerpiece of the Democratic overhaul now stalled on Capitol Hill.