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Think Tank 1110am healthcare plan
Bernie Sanders said he’s going to push his plan for a single-payer healthcare plan like Europe. He says Obamacare is costing us too much and the GOP can’t get their bill together to correct the problems. This hours guest: Michael Cannon - Director of Health Policy @ Cato Institute
so forth saying. They're part of the major problem. As to why health care cost so much. In this country. Whether that is analyst at your opinion on what is that the case or not. All right
overpaid doctors. Are the main problems we need to tackle to reduced health care cost . And your guest is delusional for believing the market will control prices that were true wide we have the cost we have
Tommy, is Obamacare imploding?
Tommy talks to David Howard, Professor in the Dept. of Health Policy and Management at Emory University, about the state of Obamacare going forward.
well. You might feel one way about obamacare at the time our affordable health care act every one call at the president's comfortable with. Obamacare but. You might feel one way but then if they call you
Louisiana government auditing office sounds the budget alarm
workforce by 8 percent to 265 people. He had more than 300 employees four years ago, but Purpera said retirement and health care costs keep growing. "I'm trying to hold the line on expenditures, but to do that I have to keep decreasing the size of the
Winners and Losers in Trump's First Budget Plan
nuclear weapons. -Veterans Affairs. Up 5.9 percent. That's an additional $4.4 billion, driven by ever-growing health care costs . The plan would allocate $3.5 billion to extend an expiring Veterans Choice program, which allows eligible veterans
Winners and losers in Trump's first budget plan
nuclear weapons. —Veterans Affairs. Up 5.9 percent. That's an additional $4.4 billion, driven by ever-growing health care costs . —Homeland Security. Up 6.8 percent. That's $2.8 billion more. Most of the increase, $2.6 billion, would be
Congress' analyst: 14M lose coverage under GOP health bill
health-care industry. President Donald Trump backs the GOP plan. Republican leaders have said their aim is to lower health care costs . They say coverage statistics are misleading because many people covered under Obama's law have high out-of-pocket
GOP bill unlikely to settle passionate health care debate
Democrats is a given. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said, "Republicans have decided that affordable health care should be the privilege of the wealthy, not the right of every family in America." Senate Finance Committee