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Medicaid Expansion Is Not Needed by the Hospitals(0)

April 15, 2015

Although the expansion of Medicaid has been defeated in the Virginia General Assembly, the advocates of Obamacare and for expansion of Medicaid under this program vow to keep this issue alive. It could well be an issue in this fall’s state elections. Last September the Thomas Jefferson Institute published a study that showed the profit […]

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Obamacare is a Federal Problem

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a challenge to the Affordable Care Act this month, a case known as King v. Burwell. The case hinges on four words, but it could have big implications for the future of Obamacare. The ACA established insurance marketplaces known as exchanges in which people can purchase coverage. As […]

Reform Health “Need” Regulations

In recent years the federal government has continued to impose burdensome new regulations on the states, especially in the area of health care. Strict new rules handed down as a result of Obamacare are forcing insurance companies to cancel coverage for roughly 250,000 Virginians this year, and costs are continuing to increase for everyone. Virginia […]

A Tale of Two Health Care Programs

While the General Assembly and Governor McAuliffe debated Medicaid expansion in Richmond earlier in the year, the federal government bureaucracy tried to change the Medicare Part D program into a Medicaid type program. Let me explain. When Congress passed Medicare Part D in 2003 and added prescription drug coverage to the health insurance plan that […]


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