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Capitol Comment 202 - A Health Care Checklist for Congress and President Clinton: Time to Clean Up Your Mistakes
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Capitol Comment 202 - A Health Care Checklist for Congress and President Clinton: Time to Clean Up Your Mistakes

Members of Congress have only a few weeks before they go home and learn whether voters want them to return to Washington or stay put. Though they have much to do between now and Election Day, Congress and the president need to correct three dangerous errors they made that are threatening America’s health care. Mistake #1: Crippling Patient Access to Medical Savings Accounts.

09/24/1998
Issue Analysis 78 - Big Government Warning: Your Health Care Is at Risk.
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Issue Analysis 78 - Big Government Warning: Your Health Care Is at Risk.

Big Government Warning: Your Health Care is at Risk. Many Proposed "Reforms" Before Congress Are Actually Hazardous to Your Health. A flurry of health care legislation swirls about Washington, D.C., and politicians have vowed to make health care reform a major issue in the November elections. In the commotion, Congress may legislate away your health insurance.

09/17/1998
Capitol Comment 201 - In Defense of Auto Choice Insurance Reform
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Capitol Comment 201 - In Defense of Auto Choice Insurance Reform

In the current debate over auto choice insurance reform, a formidable critic of the proposal now before Congress has emerged in George Priest of the Yale Law School. Professor Priest, who carries impressive credentials as a market-oriented legal scholar, recently called the federal auto choice bill a "lemon" in a widely noticed Wall Street Journal op-ed. On September 1 he reiterated his critique in a speech delivered at The Heritage Foundation that was televised nationwide on C-SPAN.

09/09/1998
Survey of State Climate Experts Casts Doubt on Link Between Human Activity and Global Warming
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Survey of State Climate Experts Casts Doubt on Link Between Human Activity and Global Warming

Survey of State Climate Experts Casts Doubt on Link Between Human Activity and Global Warming

09/06/1998
A Healthy High-Tech Industry Benefits American Workers
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A Healthy High-Tech Industry Benefits American Workers

As published in the Washington Times, 08/25/1998 Our friend Pat Buchanan’s column ridiculing the high-tech industry for attempting to sustain the growth that has powered this economy is seriously short-sighted ("Sellout of high-tech jobs," August 19, 1998).

08/25/1998
Third FDA Report Card Shows Longer Delays for New Drugs in Fiscal Year 1997
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Third FDA Report Card Shows Longer Delays for New Drugs in Fiscal Year 1997

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Click here for the Full Report (Word Document format) Using data from the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA), this study examines the agency’s main areas of responsibility for approving new health products for the third consecutive year. Among this study’s findings are:

08/06/1998
Capitol Comment 198 - Would We Tax Freedom?
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Capitol Comment 198 - Would We Tax Freedom?

Last month, Lady Margaret spoke and the House moved. The remarks of Great Britain’s former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to the World Congress on Information Technology reinforced the idea that information is an essential component of freedom. As such, it should not be heavily taxed.

07/24/1998
Capitol Comment 197 - Al Gore’s Hidden Phone Tax: Bad Economics, Bad Politics
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Capitol Comment 197 - Al Gore’s Hidden Phone Tax: Bad Economics, Bad Politics

If you haven’t heard of the "Gore tax," you’re probably missing an important battle over the nature of American democracy and the American economy. The battle has two fronts and the public is losing on both. On one front, the methodical centralization of power in the hands of unelected bureaucrats moves forward. On the other, the burdening of our economy continues. Here are the details of the current skirmish:

07/24/1998
The Benefits of Social Security
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The Benefits of Social Security

The economic case for privatization as a response to Social Security’s insolvency problems has been made extensively in the academic and policy literature. How privatization would affect various social groups, however, has remained largely unaddressed. There are reasons to be especially concerned about the impact of reform on women. Women are known to be disproportionately dependent on Social Security benefits in their old age and because of longer life expectancy and employment patterns, an elderly woman is twice as likely to be living in poverty as is an elderly man.

07/20/1998
Capitol Comment 193 - A Real Patients’ Bill of Rights
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Capitol Comment 193 - A Real Patients’ Bill of Rights

America’s health care system is the finest in the world, yet American patients increasingly face higher costs, fewer choices and greater rationing of medical care. A recent news item describes how politicians typically address these problems: Democrats are often more willing to spend money on new or existing government programs and to regulate the insurance market, while Republicans usually prefer to use the tax code as an instrument of social policy.1

06/19/1998

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