Monthly Archives: September 2015

What Would Republicans Do Instead of the Affordable Care Act?

(This article was published on Friday, September 18 on the Health Affairs Blog.  It was prepared by me and Max Fletcher, a Master of Public Health student at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.) A new spate of … Continue reading

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The Curious Politics of the “Cadillac Tax”

A provision of the Affordable Care Act popularly – or unpopularly – known as the “Cadillac Tax” is getting lots of attention now, even though it doesn’t take effect until 2018. Voices from both parties want quick repeal. And the … Continue reading

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