Moving from a high-tax state to a low-tax state could save you thousands, even millions, of dollars over your lifetime. Moving in the opposite direction, by contrast, could prove very expensive.
One News Now: Health insurance options under ObamaCare will depend upon where an individual lives, says NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick.
The Mike Huckabee Show: Mike Huckabee calls John Goodman one of the few in the country who understand Obamacare in a radio interview.
The McCuistion Program: National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Pamela Villarreal on McCuistion explains the growing challenges facing the Social Security disability program
CNN: National Center for Policy Analysis President and CEO John C. Goodman discusses the impact of Obamacare on small businesses.
Dallas Morning News: The NCPA’s new State Tax Calculator can project the lifetime value of moving from one state to another, writes Scott Burns.
One News Now: NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick discusses health insurance options for the unemployed under ObamaCare.
Healthcare Talent Transformation: Peggy Salvatore writes that NCPA President John Goodman’s Health Policy Blog is “required reading” for those looking to understand how insurance rates affect cost, quality, and access.
The Wall Street Journal: The debate about military action in Syria seems over for now, and Washington is back in campaign mode. We have a president who seems to have nothing but disdain for those who disagree with him, who forsakes no opportunity to attack congressional Republicans, and who is in full agreement with congressional Democrats that government is the key to creating jobs, prosperity and equality. We have Republicans who feel they cannot trust the president, are more dubious than ever of the government’s ability to make the right decisions, and who think such decisions belong instead with individuals, families and businesses. What we don’t have is much in the way of an incentive, or even a desire, to compromise.
One News Now: NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick explains how the new health insurance exchanges will operate.
Investor’s Business Daily: Global warming is not the calamity that it has been portrayed to be, writes NCPA senior fellow Sterling Burnett.
Forbes: ObamaCare’s community rating system will produce a race to the bottom on health care access, writes NCPA President John C. Goodman.
WFAA, Channel 8 Dallas: National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick outlines health care coverage available in ObamaCare.
One News Now: NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick discusses the cost of health insurance under ObamaCare.
HealthDay in US News & World Report: Rising health care costs for heart attack patients are a function of improvements in care, says NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick.
Townhall.com: Singapore’s experience with Medisave accounts shows that individuals can manage their own health care dollars, writes NCPA President John C. Goodman.
San Diego Business Journal: San Diego plans to ban the use of plastic bags, though a NCPA study found that such bans can lead to layoffs and a decline in store sales.
The post-September 11, 2001, GI Bill provides education benefits to veterans who serve at least 90 days on active duty. It covers up to 36 months of costs for even the most expensive public colleges in the country — such as the Universities of Pittsburgh, Vermont and New Hampshire — where tuition, books and living allowances average more than $17,500 a year. Eligible institutions include technical schools, traditional or community colleges, and flight schools.
Toledo Blade: Ohio should encourage uninsured to buy private health coverage rather than expand Medicaid, says NCPA senior fellow Devon Herrick.
Detroit Free Press: Young adults are unlikely to be willing to purchase health insurance under the Affordable Care Act’s insurance requirement says Devon Herrick, NCPA Senior Fellow.
In June 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional those provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) that deny federal matching funds for Medicaid to states that refuse to extend eligibility to individuals and families with incomes up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL). As a result, Virginia and other states now have the opportunity to compare the costs and benefits of expanding Medicaid eligibility.
In June 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional those provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) that deny federal matching funds for Medicaid to states that refuse to extend eligibility to individuals and families with incomes up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL). As a result, Ohio and other states now have the opportunity to compare the costs and benefits of expanding Medicaid eligibility.
Dallas Morning News, Dallasnews.com: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick discusses health insurance coverage in Texas.
Dallas Morning News, Dallasnews.com: NCPA President John C. Goodman weighs in on the debate in Dallas between Uber and traditional cab companies.