The end of the Public Health Emergency determination will—among other things—allow states to remove ineligible enrollees from the Medicaid program, which ballooned during the pandemic.
Overloading Medicaid with too many enrollees takes resources away from those who need them most.
It also keeps too many people on inferior public coverage when they could otherwise be on private insurance plans, costs taxpayers in the form of increased social spending, and moves our public policy closer to government-controlled health care and farther from a vibrant, competitive private marketplace.
Recent parental dissatisfaction with the K-12 public school system—over curriculum, staffing, masking policies, and much more—should caution against more federal oversight in the daycare sector.
The Biden administration’s Build Back Better’s childcare provisions would give the federal government the biggest role in childcare programs, introducing regulations that would increase the costs of operation and attendance, and reduce diversity of childcare.
Although advertised as a means to improve life outcomes for children, government childcare and preschool programs have failed to produce long term benefits.
Mentally Ill Teen Betrayed by Health Professionals Who Prescribed Testosterone and ‘Top Surgery’
Now back to living as a woman, 24-year-old Prisha Mosley is struggling to come to terms with the physical damage a “gender specialist” and team of doctors encouraged her to pursue as a gender-confused, mentally ill teen.
Department of Labor's New Independent Contractors Rule
Don’t Cancel Freelancers
The Department of Labor released proposed new restrictions on independent contracting. Protect independent contractors from being reclassified by submitting your comment to the DOL through Independent Women's Network.