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Now is the Time to Finally Get Rid of IPAB

Despite the recent display of bipartisanship between the Trump administration and Congressional Democratic leaders in regard to a new debt ceiling agreement, health care remains one of the most divisive issues on Capitol Hill.
After multiple failed attempts to repeal… Continue reading

After Charlottesville, Unity Must Come Before All Else

If the events in Charlottesville, Virginia have revealed anything to me, it is that we are lacking any real efforts to unify our country.
No political party has undertaken the awesome responsibility of unifying our country.
Instead, our political leaders,… Continue reading

Health Insurer Coverage Denials Could Be Rallying Point for Bipartisan Reform

Partisan infighting may have stymied healthcare reform in the short-term, but both sides of the aisle must agree that Americans who have purchased health insurance should at least get the coverage they paid for. But new polling data suggests that… Continue reading