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Release: MHPC On The Latest ACA Federal Court Rulings On Obamacare Subsidies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 22, 2014 Joel Allumbaugh, Director of MHPC’s Center for Health Reform Inititiaves released the following statement on Tuesday in regard to the latest ACA federal court rulings:  “Today’s rulings highlight the many systemic problems with the chaotic train […]

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Crisis To Cure: Government Intrusion vs. Free Market Innovation – Understanding Maine’s Certificate of Need Law

Health care spending in the United States far exceeds that of other countries, currently representing about 18 percent of the gross domestic product. If health care

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Crisis to Cure: Maine’s Health Care Reform Law is Helping Business

Opponents of Maine’s new health care reform law (PL90) erroneously describe the law as “a gift to the insurance companies.”[1]  In reality that gift

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Case Study #3: Cost of Obamacare could force retail operation out of business

The last of three cases studies on how Obamacare will affect real Maine businesses shows that the staggering increase in health insurance costs could actually force a retail

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Replacing Big Government Health Care with Patient-Centered Reform

Maine's past and present free market health policy experts partnered with the national Heritage Foundation to publish a report that serves as a guide for other states that

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Meet Our New Health Care Policy Director – Joel Allumbaugh

The Maine Heritage Policy Center (MHPC) is proud to announce the selection of Joel Allumbaugh of Gardiner as the new director of MHPC's Center for Health Reform

Portland Luncheon – “Maine’s Historic Health Reform: A National Model to Increase Choice and Lower Costs “

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Bangor Event – “Maine’s Historic Health Reform: A National Model to Increase Choice and Lower Costs “

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