Extracting significant savings by reducing drug prices would limit innovation, the CBO concluded.
Prohibiting profit in health care would leave people suffering from conditions that would have been alleviated or cured by private-sector innovation.
The cost is steep in part because of a fiscal benefit that illegal immigrants generate- namely, free contributions to our entitlement programs.
Cutting Medicare payments for prescription drugs would hurt seniors and slow drug development in the process.
Entitlement trust funds are running out and the debt is exploding.
We owe a debt to the future.
Prohibitive costs placed coverage outside the reach of everyday Americans, including countless with preexisting conditions.
An executive order adds to problems stemming from existing policies, instead of freeing up competition by deregulating the U.S. market.
His staff routinely ignores him, and his threats aimed at corporations go unheeded.