A group of prominent conservatives recently released an ObamaCare replacement plan built on health‐insurance tax credits, which would replicate many of that law’s worst features. Conservatives need to examine this proposal closely against the alternative of Large Health Savings Accounts.
In the trade negotiations going on right now with the EU, European companies can ask the EU trade negotiators to press for rules ensuring that U.S. regulations don’t discriminate against foreign insurance providers.
The administration’s agenda for making housing affordable won’t work, and may even make the problem worse, because administration economists have misdiagnosed the problem and thus come up with the wrong remedies.
Many households hovering around the poverty level face steeper effective marginal tax rates than even the highest earners. These prohibitively high tax rates can discourage work and limit their prospects, ultimately making them less likely to escape poverty
In this installment of positive news, we look at tiny 3D cameras that could revolutionize brain surgery, a new way of growing large quantities of red blood cells and progress in the fight against Leukemia.
To treat ObamaCare’s health‐insurance regulations as separate from its taxes and spending is to renounce the Supreme Court’s King v. Burwell ruling and everything ObamaCare’s authors have said about how the law works.