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"Normal" is Likely Coming Sooner than Anticipated

Expressions of a desire to move on after a year into the pandemic are quite reasonable and more are taking action doing that.

March 5, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1614989295

Biden's Budget Busting Boondoggle

The House will soon vote on President Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.

February 25, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1614281468

Dueling Agencies - Part 2?

The CDC should not confuse what the FDA has determined regarding tobacco harm reduction products.

February 19, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1613766908

States Should Make Telemedicine Measures Permanent

State legislatures should work to make telemedicine permanent for patients even after the coronavirus pandemic. 

February 16, 2021 — Frances Floresca 1613507285

Unmasking President Biden’s Free Mask Plan

The Biden administration is considering having the U.S. Post Office send masks to every U.S. household.

February 11, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1613078408

Biden Executive Order on Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act

The Biden EO will reverse healthcare initiatives that provided more choice to consumers and Medicaid accountability.

February 5, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1612557334

CAGW Names Gov. Gavin Newsom January 2021 Porker of the Month

Gov. Gavin Newsom is hurting Californians with his hypocritical and ineffective policies on COVID-19.

CAGW submits comments to CMS reaffirming its opposition to its Most Favored Nation Policy

Most Favored Nation Policy implements destructive price controls, which destroy innovation and never solve the problem for which they were created.

Massachusetts Tobacco Flavor Ban Simply Shifted Markets

Massachusetts became the first state to permanently ban the sale of all flavored tobacco products in an effort to stop youth vaping and improve health.  The law just shifted markets.

January 15, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1610748684

PBMs File Complaint Against Unwise HHS Rebate Rule

Introducing more private competition will do far more to lower drugs costs for both beneficiaries and taxpayers. 

January 12, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1610471522

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