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Can we ever repeal Obamacare?

Last Thursday, Senate leadership released their long-awaited version of the House-passed healthcare bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). In large part, the bill is similar to the House version, the American Healthcare Act (AHCA), with some key changes.  The Medicaid rollback happens later but is more substantial than in the House version, and the […] Read More >>

Senate AHCA “discussion draft” expected Thursday

It’s been a difficult road for the long-awaited Obamacare repeal. After the first, flawed version failed to gain enough support for a vote, difficult negotiations behind the scene were able to squeeze some key fiscally conservative reforms, and the House narrowly passed the updated version. The Senate has since been negotiating behind closed doors, with […] Read More >>

CRS, 26 other organizations urge CBO to adopt transparency reforms

The Coalition to Reduce Spending was proud to spearhead a bipartisan coalition letter alongside Demand Progress and 25 other organizational signatories, calling for the Congressional Budget Office to take several key steps to improve transparency. The letter, which can be viewed in full here, suggests among other things that the CBO move toward standardizing URLs, […] Read More >>

Jonathan Bydlak in Reason: Don’t forget spending cuts

Making his debut this week in Reason, CRS founder and president Jonathan Bydlak points out that Congress seems on the verge of making a serious mistake as they push for changes to the tax code — forgetting the reason we’re taxed so much to begin with. The one-page outline for President Trump’s long-awaited plan… reads like a wish […] Read More >>