Monthly Archives: August 2015

Department of Connecting Dots: Koch … Alaska

Two disconnected stories came across my screen yesterday so closely in time, I could not resist putting them together.  See if you agree. Story One concerns the conservative advocacy organization, Americans for Prosperity, that is possibly the leading advocacy group … Continue reading

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Not Ready for Primetime: Republican Presidential Candidates on Health Reform

If you were among the few looking closely, you may have noticed buzz and hoopla this past week on the release of two health reform proposals from Republican presidential candidates Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL). Not … Continue reading

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Creating Better Affordability in the Affordable Care Act

Every day, so many reports emerge about aspects of ObamaCare/ACA that it’s difficult to decide which ones to note. Here’s one I note today from the Urban Institute – “After King v. Burwell: Next Steps for the Affordable Care Act” … Continue reading

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The Sounds of Silence in the Republican Debate

I had one mission last evening watching the Republican-Fox News debate among their party’s top ten presidential contenders: what, if anything, could we learn about the state of play regarding the Affordable Care Act and U.S. health policy? What I … Continue reading

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