States take practical path on exchanges When the Affordable Care Act was debated in Congress, the House of Representatives wanted one federal exchange and as much federal control of state insurance markets as possible. The Senate wanted state insurance exchanges and state flexibility to tailor market rules to local market conditions. You can read the [...]
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President Embraces ‘Obamacare’; What Would Romney Do? NPR Quotes Len M. Nichols photo credit Darren McCollester Getty ImagesOther Publications, Press Friday, October 26th, 2012
The Center for Health Policy Director Len M. Nichols was quoted this morning on NPR’s Morning Edition. To read and listen the the full story click the link. President Embraces ‘Obamacare’; What Would Romney Do?
Government Intervention in Health Care Markets Is Practical, Necessary, and Morally Sound This essay makes the affirmative case for health reform by expounding on three fundamental points: (1) one moral case for expanding access to coverage and care to all is grounded in scriptural concepts of community and mutual obligation which continue to inform [...]
Len M. Nichols among several other authors are featured in the Hastings Center Report, September – October issue, published by The Hastings Center this month. Abstract: The issues before the Supreme Court, arising as they did out of multiple cases and divergent appellate court rulings, were quite complex, and its final decision will be parsed [...]