Monthly Archives: March 2016

Trump’s Health Plan = 21 Million Uninsured, $270-500 Billion Budget Hole

On March 14, the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB), a bipartisan federal budget watchdog group, released an economic analysis of the recent health proposals made by Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump.  Their key findings: “Donald Trump’s plan to … Continue reading

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Is the Fate of the ACA Settle or Not?

Below is an op-ed I wrote late last year for the Milbank Quarterly, published today. Once upon a time, I believed that efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would wither and die once the ACA’s major Medicaid and … Continue reading

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How Difficult Would It Be to Repeal Obamacare for Good?

A new website called “The Conversation” posted this article earlier today: If the leading Republican candidates agree on one thing, it’s doing away with Obamacare. “The one thing we have to do is repeal and replace Obamacare,” Donald Trump has … Continue reading

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