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Capitol Comment 161 - The Senate and House Kiddycare Schemes Are a Bad Deal for Kids
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Capitol Comment

Capitol Comment 161 - The Senate and House Kiddycare Schemes Are a Bad Deal for Kids

Parents had better put the kids to bed early this week. Otherwise, youngsters might happen across C-SPAN in time to watch the United States Senate and House of Representatives cast their most damaging votes ever against children's health. Armed with faulty data on the status of children's health coverage, Congress is set to spend $16 billion or more over the next five years to create a new federal "Kiddycare" program. While claiming to provide health coverage for children, Kiddycare will actually waste billions of dollars, and provide no health benefit to children.

06/24/1997
Issue Analysis 49 - Never Mind ClintonCare: The Republican Congress is Feeding America Government-Run Health Care - Piece by Pie
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Press Release

Issue Analysis 49 - Never Mind ClintonCare: The Republican Congress is Feeding America Government-Run Health Care - Piece by Pie

In 1994, the American people rejected the Clinton health care plan and others like it that would have substituted the judgment of politicians and bureaucrats for that of patients and their doctors. Yet, that victory has proved short-lived. Today, lawmakers who fought government-run health care three years ago, some of whom even rode into office on the issue, are now its biggest supporters.

04/09/1997
Issue Analysis 45 - By Mandating Health Benefits, Congress Will Make Even More Americans Lose Their Health Insurance
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Press Release

Issue Analysis 45 - By Mandating Health Benefits, Congress Will Make Even More Americans Lose Their Health Insurance

In 1996, Congress and President Clinton enacted legislation that requires health insurance companies to provide -- and requires consumers to buy -- certain health benefits. These mandated benefits were hailed as a "consensus" approach to health care reform. Today, a number of additional health benefit mandates are being proposed. This paper discusses how mandated benefits do more harm than good.

01/29/1997

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