Heartland Institute

What the Constitution Says About Health Care

November 5, 2009

When the United States Constitution was ratified in 1788, the concept of health care was very different than it is today.

Ten Principles for Improved Business Climates

Joseph L. Bast
September 1, 2010

The “business climate” of a nation, state, or city refers to the combined effect on businesses of public policies, natural endowments, and other assets that affect business start-ups and profitabil

A Second Opinion: One Company's Experience

Sen. John Barrasso
January 13, 2014

A False Bill of Rights

June 25, 2010

In this post, Benjamin Domenech speaks to Jason Lewis of Health Care News discussing the public relations campaign that the White House is undertaking to push through its health care obectives.

Research & Commentary: Nutrition Information Overload

Ben Domenich
August 4, 2010

One of the new requirements of President Barack Obama’s health care legislation concerns disclosure of nutrition information in restaurants — essentially a tactic designed to shame people into bett

Obamacare News: 4 Million to Pay Penalty

Benjamin Domenech
September 2, 2013

Here are a few stories we'll be covering in more detail in the next issue of Health Care News:

Can States Opt Out of the Individual Mandate?

March 24, 2010

In this document, ben Domenech writes that many politicians agree that we must expand access to quality health care and reduce costs for all Virginians.

Tea Party Activists Mount Final Push Against Health Care Bill

March 10, 2010

Tea Partiers came in droves to Capitol Hill from across the country in a last ditch effort to shift the votes of several key Democrats on President Barack Obama's national health care reform propos

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