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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Clint Bolick on how states can protect themselves from government-run health carePosted on December 04, 2009 | Type: Audio
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick went on NPR to explain how 2010 offers states a chance to protect themselves from government-run health care.
The Pilgrims' lesson for today's health care debatePosted on November 25, 2009 | Type: Blog
It is often said that if we don’t study history, we are condemned to repeat it. The Pilgrims of yesterday have a valuable lesson for Americans in today’s health care debate.
Tom Patterson on Harry Reid's health care billPosted on November 22, 2009 | Type: Video
The day after the Senate voted to start debate on Senator Harry Reid's health care bill, the Goldwater Institute's Tom Patterson went on Channel 3 to talk about the vote.
Unlawful health reform?Posted on November 19, 2009 | Type: In the News
In 2006, long before there was an Obama administration determined to impose a command-and-control federal health-care system, a young orthopedic surgeon walked into the Goldwater Institute here with an idea. The institute, America's most potent advocate of limited government, embraced Eric Novack's idea for protecting Arizonans from health-care coercion. In 2008, Arizonans voted on Novack's proposed amendment to the state's Constitution:
Tom Patterson talks health care on HorizonPosted on November 03, 2009 | Type: Video
Goldwater Institute board chairman Tom Patterson appeared on KAET's Horizon for a discussion with state representative Kyrsten Sinema on health care reform.