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Erin Humiston

January 19, 2018

Why Millennials Should Be Demanding Social Security Reform


Millennials are being fleeced as Washington continues to confiscate their wages to prop up the collapsing Social Security program. The Great Social Security Reckoning is on the horizon, and for several key reasons.

January 4, 2018

Matthews: Labor Department Rulemaking a Welcome Setback to Obamacare


The Department of Labor’s proposed rulemaking released today would help clear the way for employers to band together in associations and self-insure, and is a good first step in the ongoing but challenging effort to provide employers and employees more flexibility under Obamacare.

December 4, 2017

Alarming Medicare Part B Overhaul Plan Reduces Drug Choice, Access


In a new publication, “Budgets First, Patients Last: MedPAC's Plan to Undermine Medicare Part B's Drug Benefit,” Matthews says MedPAC’s proposed changes to Medicare Part B’s prescription drug reimbursement plan would put patients' lives at risk by reducing access to care, especially for the sickest and most vulnerable patients — a substantial segment of Medicare’s Part B drug program.

November 21, 2017

Giovanetti Commends FCC Initiative Rolling Back Title II


"We’re thankful that this mistake is soon to be overturned," said Tom Giovanetti.

November 14, 2017

Media Advisory: Matthews Available to Discuss Senate Inclusion of Individual Mandate Repeal in Tax Bill


Reports confirm the Senate has the votes to include a repeal of Obamacare’s individual mandate in its tax bill, which is not only a good step for health insurance reform, but also helps pay for tax reform.

October 12, 2017

Charles Murray to Discuss Free Speech Problems on College Campuses


Noted political scientist and author Charles Murray comes to Dallas on Friday, October 20, to share his concerns about the state of free speech on college campuses as part of the Institute for Policy Innovation’s Hatton W. Sumners Distinguished Lecture Series.

September 5, 2017

Thursday: FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Keynotes IPI Lunch in Irving After Touring Harvey Devastation


FCC Chairman Ajit Pai will deliver remarks on Thursday at an IPI lunch in Irving on “preserving a free, open and innovative Internet.”  This appearance follows the chairman’s trip to Harvey-impacted areas in south Texas, inspecting damage caused by the hurricane and monitoring the progress of communications infrastructure restoration.

July 17, 2017

IPI Urges FCC Reversal of Title II Broadband Reclassification


In comments filed today, IPI applauded the FCC’s Restoring Internet Freedom rulemaking, especially the agency’s reversal on the Wheeler FCC’s “most unfortunate and unnecessary error”-- the 2015 mistake of reclassifying broadband as a Title II common carrier communications service.

June 21, 2017

National Health Care Policy Analyst Available to Discuss Senate's Obamacare Replacement Bill


IPI resident scholar Merrill Matthews, Ph.D., is a nationally recognized health policy expert available for insight regarding the Senate version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) as it is unveiled later this week and what the legislation means for health care consumers. According to Matthews, Obamacare is a political and health care disaster that has disrupted or eliminated good health insurance options that millions of Americans enjoyed.

June 9, 2017

Sanders Drug Importation Amendment Is as Dangerous as It Is Unnecessary


In a new IPI publication, “Prescription Drug Importation: Unsafe, Unnecessary and Unwise,” Merrill Matthews, Ph.D., says the Sanders amendment to the Prescription Drug User Fee Act assumes what is virtually impossible to guarantee: that imported drugs would be safe, much less effective.

 

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