Archive for January 7th, 2013

The Case for Abolishing Medicaid »

In my previous post I discussed the case for replacing the current Medicaid system with block grants to the states; the states would spend this money on indigent healthcare, and nothing more. But must we think only in terms of keeping the poor in a separate healthcare system? Is there any reason to partition...
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ObamaCare Litigation and the Christian’s Conscience »

This year, litigation proceeds about the ObamaCare requirement dealing with health insurance and abortion drugs. The mandate requires employers to provide health insurance coverage that includes abortion-inducing drugs, contraception, and sterilization. Employers are compelled to provide these in spite of religious beliefs about abortion. Failure to comply results in fines of $100 per employee per day....
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