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Is Obama A Deceiver? Or Is He Just Being Deceived?
Surely one of the most debated questions for historians after President Barack Obama’s eight years of economic and foreign policy mismanagement will be whether he was a deceiver or just deceived.
Betrayed Again! Four Takeaways From the Supreme Court's King v Burwell Decision
There are several conclusions we can draw from the King v Burwell decision, and like most dark clouds it has a few silver linings.
Supreme Court Upholds Subsidies in King v. Burwell Decision
According to IPI's Merrill Matthews, Ph.D., taxpayers would have saved $700 billion over the course of the next 10 years due to the existence of fewer insurance subsidies.
Court's Ruling Lets Public Decide On Obamacare Repeal & Replace
Today’s Supreme Court decision upholding Obamacare’s federal subsidies may be a disappointment, but it paves the way for the American people and the legislative branch to appropriately have the final say on changing or repealing the health care law.
IPI Commends Congress For Passing Trade Promotion Authority
IPI commends the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives for finding a way to pass Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), a necessary step toward the successful negotiation of trade agreements such as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP).
Decision For King Paves Way For More Affordable Health Care Plans, $700 Billion In Taxpayer Savings
The U.S. Supreme Court will soon release its decision regarding King vs. Burwell. A win for King won’t kill the law, but could make it largely unworkable in 34 states. But a win would also mean taxpayers would save an estimated $700 billion from fewer subsidies, and insurance companies may offer limited-benefit plans to help full the coverage gap.
Rand Paul Proposes the Boldest Tax Reform Plan Yet
Paul's plan would “blow up” (his words) the incomprehensible U.S. tax code and start from scratch with a simple, low and fair tax.
Jeb Is The Best of the Bushes, But That's Not Saying Much
He’s still the best of the Bushes. But is that enough to attract conservative primary voters who are demanding less of the same ole thing?
Latest Supreme Court Ruling on Obamacare Looms
Obamacare opponents see a potential silver lining in a Supreme Court decision that would end tax credits for many of those using the federal marketplace. To fill the coverage gap, insurance companies might look to sell bare-bones "limited-benefit" plans that don't meet Obamacare's minimum coverage requirement but are less expensive, suggested Merrill Matthews.
Will A Decision For King Bring Health Care Stocks Crashing Down?
Health care stocks have been one of the best performing sectors over the past several years, especially thanks to Obamacare. But if plaintiffs win in King v. Burwell, will that decision send health care stocks into a tailspin?
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