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Tag Archives: Health Care Compact
Do associations of medical professionals, such as the American Medical Association (AMA), make health care more expensive by restricting the supply of doctors who can provide health care? An economics and finance blog hosted by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) … Continue reading
Today the Legislature’s Health System Reform Task Force met to discuss issues regarding the Affordable Care Act (i.e., Obamacare) and the Health Care Compact. In discussions regarding how the state should respond to Obamacare requirements, the overriding sentiment was uncertainty. … Continue reading
The Utah Senate passed SB 208 today, 21-8, and it now moves to the House for consideration. If passed, SB 208 would make Utah a member of the Health Care Compact, an interstate compact that would restore authority and responsibility … Continue reading
Today’s video addresses SB 208, the Health Care Compact. Watch below to hear what the sponsor, Senator Stuart Adams (R – Layton), said about the bill as well as Stan Rasmussen, director of public affairs at Sutherland Institute. You can … Continue reading
Ever since Obamacare became law, states have been doing whatever they can to avoid it. They have filed lawsuits, requested waivers, passed legislation, and identified loopholes in the law. Many states are also pursuing another option for regaining control … Continue reading