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The Trump DOJ has Taken an Unexpected and Unworkable Position on the ACA
This piece describes the claim DOJ has made in regards to Texas v. U.S., attempts to unpack some of the complicated policy implications, and then considers the relevant legal issues.
Considerations For Expanding International Reference Pricing Beyond Medicare Part B
Experts lay out considerations for expanding the administration's proposed model beyond Medicare Part B drugs.
Why Your Employer-Sponsored Insurance May Ultimately Not Be Good For You
Nearly 160 million Americans get insurance through employers, but that does not mean it's good social policy.
Is This the Healthcare Policy Both Republicans and Democrats Can Agree On?
A mix of universal catastrophic coverage and private insurers would be cheaper than Medicare for All, Dana Goldman wrote in MarketWatch.