Oregon Seniors Deserve Truth in Medicare Reform

By Steve Buckstein and Patrick M. Gleason If Congress doesn’t act by the end of this month, when payment cuts to Medicare providers are scheduled to hit, there will be a major health care crisis. Topping the to-do list is … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in Congress, Federal Budget, Federal Government, Government reform, Government Regulation, Government Spending, Health Care Reform | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Arizonans Gain the “Right to Try” to Save Their Lives

By Matthew Hayes Amid this month’s election excitement, Arizonans overwhelmingly approved their “Right to Try” referendum, allowing terminally ill patients access to experimental drugs that have completed basic FDA safety testing but are still awaiting further approval. With seventy-eight percent … Continue reading

Posted by at 05:00 | Posted in 2014 Election, Health Care Reform, Initiative & Referendum | Tagged , , , | 23 Comments

Obamacare: Pain or Prescription for College Students’ Ailing Futures?

By Rebecca Phillips Have you ever heard of someone waiting 18 months to get an MRI? It’s a frequent scenario in Canada, a country that is noticeably free in most respects. The exception is health care, which is controlled by … Continue reading

Posted by at 04:30 | Posted in Economy, Government Regulation, Health & Human Services, Health Care Reform, Individual Responsiblity | Tagged , , , , , | 887 Comments

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