Legal scholars claim Judge Vinson’s ruling against ObamaCare in Florida can apply nationwide. Gov. Jindal the U.S. Supreme Court to put an end to the federal law.
Some of the law enforcement techniques built around “Broken Windows” can be applied in other parts of the country
Louisiana’s Department of Health and Hospitals has advanced a new Medicaid reform package built around Coordinated Care Networks that could potentially lower costs and improve service
Louisiana lawmakers should pursue Medicaid block grants to help create an active marketplace and lower costs.
Energy providers participating in a renewables pilot program, with minor exceptions, will also face heavy research and reporting requirements.
As the legal challenges to ObamaCare continue to make their way around the country, Louisiana officials should know they do not need to play Washington D.C.’s game, an ALEC policy specialist told the Pelican Institute in an interview.
State Lawmakers can resist grants with “Federal Strings” and suspend rule-making. Earlier, bipartisan legislation from Louisiana has indicated the plausibility of such tactics.
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Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) has announced that he will reintroduce his bill to cancel out ObamaCare when the Senate reconvenes Jan. 25.
Just as the “Hippocratic Oath” counsels medical professionals to avoiding doing any harm to patients before beginning surgery, state lawmakers should guard against harmful policy measures that inflate costs and undermine service.