While both Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden want to draw contrasts on health care, their plans contain far more similarities than differences.
With over-the-top health care costs, Obamacare is the gift that keeps on giving. It’s time for Congress to courageously reform incentives.
Many moderate and establishment Democrats view a government-run plan as a more appealing method to reach their single-payer goal.
People who obey the law will pay the health coverage for people who by definition have broken the law by coming to, or remaining in, the United States unlawfully. Nice job, California.
Workers get portable insurance, and the chance to select their own plan, while businesses can avoid the paperwork and bureaucracy that comes with running a health plan for their employees.
One of the worst things that could happen to health care in the United States would be for it to head down the road of NHS-style, bureaucratic rationing.
If a federal court strikes down the health-care law, the bill would re-codify virtually all of Obamacare’s major insurance regulations on the state level in Louisiana.
Thanks to federal mandates, physicians now spend more time staring at computer screens than connecting with patients. They find the drudgery soul-crushing.
If congressmen need to hire an accountant to do their taxes, maybe Robert Francis O’Rourke should think about coming up with a simpler tax code?
Sen. Bernie Sanders’ single-payer bill would, in addition to ending Medicaid, liquidate the Medicare trust funds, using the proceeds to finance the new government-run program.
Giving bureaucrats the power to deny access to health care could have devastating consequences for some of the most vulnerable Americans.
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