A new Health and Human Services rule requiring pharmaceutical companies to disclose list prices for medications in commercial advertisements is unlikely to boost price transparency for consumers. In fact, it may create even more confusion.
"We have no objection in principle to a revenue neutral tax swap that reduces property taxes by increasing consumption taxes, especially since consumption taxes are a less harmful form of taxation," said IPI president Tom Giovanetti. "A revenue neutral tax swap is not a tax increase. The devil is in the details, however."
The Institute for Policy Innovation, in partnership with the World Intellectual Property Organization, hosts its annual World Intellectual Property Day Celebration featuring Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) at 10:00 am on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
The release of the 2019 Social Security Trustees Report has grim but unsurprising news. A new book, “On the Edge: America Faces the Entitlements Cliff,” shows how the U.S. can move away from the crumbling patchwork of unsustainable government programs and easily address funding for healthcare, welfare, and retirement in a way that is financially sustainable long-term.
The Institute for Policy Innovation is pleased to announce the recent hire of Addie Crimmins as new Director of Development and Events for the North Texas-based nonprofit public policy research organization.
As the widening U.S. budget deficit shatters records, in part due to increased Social Security spending and interest payments on the national debt, a new book available today through Amazon’s Kindle store says Congress must address the cost of the nation’s exploding entitlements and walk America back from the fiscal cliff.
There’s no reason to trust Obamacare’s creators who now wish to dump Americans into a new government-run, single-payer health care system deceptively called “Medicare for All,” says a damning new publication from the Institute for Policy Innovation.
In a new IPI publication, “On Private Sector Use of Eminent Domain,” Tom Giovanetti confronts a difficult topic and makes the limited government case for the right for property to be taken by the private sector when there is an unwilling seller and two key conditions are met under the Fifth Amendment’s Takings Clause.
This week’s Treasury Department numbers show that the budget deficit has skyrocketed 77 percent, in part because of increased Social Security spending and interest payments on the national debt. A new book says Congress must address the cost of the nation’s exploding entitlements and walk America back from the fiscal cliff.
The national debt has soared to a record high of $22 trillion and a debt limit deadline is looming. The most significant factor contributing to this out-of-control spending is the cost of the nation’s entitlement programs, more than 60 percent of all federal spending. This level will only grow unless Congress takes steps recommended by a new book, “On the Edge: America Faces the Entitlements Cliff.”