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Eight Groups Harmed by the ACA’s Flawed Policies

While it is not surprising that those claims have attracted attention, an important, though often missing, context is the harm being caused by the ACA itself. Read More.

Impact of King v. Burwell: The ACA’s Key Design Flaws

The complexity and cascade of adverse effects are the inescapable byproducts of major flaws in the legislation’s basic design. Read More.

King v. Burwell: Assessing the Claimed Effects of a Decision for the Plaintiffs

Should the Supreme Court rule in King v. Burwell—a case challenging the Obama Administration's implementation of the premium tax credit provisions? Read More.

A Fresh Start for Health Care Reform

The need for health care reform has never been questioned by health care policy analysts on either side of the political spectrum. Read More.

America's health care financing and insurance systems need major reform. Policymakers should take decisive steps to move today's bureaucracy driven, heavily regulated third-party payment system to a new patient-centered system of consumer choice and real free-market competition. In such a system, individuals and families would make the key decisions and control the flow of dollars.


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