Thursday, the Senate GOP revealed its long awaited version of the AHCA. The bill builds on the House’s conservative approach to healthcare while maintaining a federal presence. Specifically, the bill repeals the Medicaid expansion by 2021 (longer phase-out time), does … Continue reading An American First Healthcare Plan Would Cost Republicans Greatly
Jon Ossoff is a slight favorite to succeed former Congressman Tom Price in GA-6. The district, ancestrally red but now a deep shade of purple (turning bluer everyday) is ripe for a partisan change in Congress. But, despite what I … Continue reading The Democratic Divide Threatens 2018 Successes
Last week, the California state senate passed a single payer healthcare bill with a price tag of $400 billion annually. Even with a liberal super-majority in the state legislature the odds of the bill becoming law are close to nil. … Continue reading Are Democrats All In On Single Payer Health Care?
By now you have probably heard the Trump administration revealed their general outline for tax reform. The reform touches on both corporate and individual taxes so bear with me as I outline the takeaways from both below. Tax brackets are … Continue reading Analyzing Trump’s Tax Plan
Nearly a week after the GOP pulled the unpopular American Health Care Act from a vote on the House floor, Democrats gleefully celebrated the success of the law’s demise. They should not have. Because now comes news signalling the ACA … Continue reading The ACA Continues to Head Towards A Medicaid Style System
It’s common for incumbents to run away from an unpopular President or national nominee if the candidate is unpopular or floundering. Except Republicans pondering whether they should do this with Trump might want to take special concern to his warning … Continue reading Running Away From Trump Did Not Help Republicans Last Year: That’s A Problem For Republicans Opposing Him On Healthcare Reform