Senior Fellow Josh Archambault joined the Jim Engster Show on WBRP 107.3 FM (Baton Rouge) on Tuesday to discuss the upcoming decision on the King v. Burwell case being decided by the Supreme Court. You can listen to the program here.Read More
Originally posted on June 24, 2015 at LJWorld.com. By Peter Hancock Topeka — While the nation waits for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on a key provision of the Affordable Care Act, Kansas Republicans are gearing up for the next round of fights over the federal health insurance reform law. The case challenges a policy […]Read More
Originally posted at The Wichita Eagle on June 23, 2015. Rep. Daniel Hawkins, Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook: State Exchanges a Bad Idea Obamacare is one of the most legally challenged laws in recent history. The latest challenge before the U.S. Supreme Court is King v. Burwell. The crux of the suit rests on the writing of […]Read More
On June 22, 2015 WIBW 580 AM posted a story in support of its radio interview with House Health Committee chair Dan Hawkins, “Kansas Republican lawmakers send letter to Washington GOP over Obamacare,” by Jason Taylor. The original post including radio excerpts can be found here. Many Kansas Republicans want Congress to “reconsider” President Obama’s […]Read More
Originally posted at The Republic on June 22, 2015 GOP Lawmakers in Kansas Urge GOP leaders in Congress to Review Federal Health Care overhaul TOPEKA, Kansas — More than 70 Republican legislators in Kansas are urging GOP leaders in Congress to re-examine the federal health care overhaul after the U.S. Supreme Court rules on a […]Read More
Originally posted at The Hutchinson News on June 22, 2015 Kansas Lawmakers Want ObamaCare Repealed Seventy members of the Kansas Legislature signed a letter to congressional leaders and the Kansans in Congress urging repeal of the Affordable Care Act. “The people of Kansas didn’t write this law, they didn’t want this law, and they’re tired […]Read More
Today, Kansas Senator Mary Pilcher-Cook, Chairman of the Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee and Kansas State Representative Dan Hawkins, Chairman of the House Health and Human Services Committee issued statements in the form of a press release urging Congress to Repeal ObamaCare and make Congress clean up the mess, not the states. Full text […]Read More
Can Alaska Afford to Expand Medicaid? Can It Afford to Trust Obama?
It is hard not to chuckle when you read political satirist P.J. O’Rourke’s observation about the nation’s health care system as Bill and Hillary monkeyed with it: “If you think health care is expensive now, wait until you see what it costs when it’s free.”
He could have been talking about Obamacare or Medicaid, the latest break-the-bank effort to “fix” the system. Since 2010, Barack Obama has lied to Americans about his signature achievement — taking the first, long step toward socialized medicine in an unending, unconstitutional game of three-card monte.
Obamacare is a lie. You can keep your doctor, he said. You can keep your health plan. It will save families $2,500 a year. Costs will not increase; those in need will be able to afford health care. Any of that sound familiar?Read More
Originally posted on KnoxNews.com on June 20, 2015 Op-ed by Tennessee State Rep. Glen Casada The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, has been one of the most legally challenged laws in recent history, with the Supreme Court being called on to sort out a number of different issues with the […]Read More
On Thursday, June 18th, Senior Fellow Josh Archambault joined Jeff Crouere on Ringside Politics, airing on WGSO to discuss the impact of the upcoming SCOTUS decision on King v. Burwell. You can listen to their full discussion below.Read More