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Coalition president Jonathan Bydlak featured in Heartland’s “Healthcare News”

On Wednesday, the Heartland Institute features Coalition founder & president Jonathan Bydlak in its June edition of Healthcare News. The piece covers Health Savings Accounts, or HSA’s, noting the ways in which they offer a different way from the healthcare status quo. Noting that “HSAs are an essential piece of the puzzle that is solving […] Read More >>

Sen. Rand Paul cites SpendingTracker.org in new-op-ed

In an op-ed published Monday in the Bowling Green Daily News, US Senator Rand Paul cites Coalition project SpendingTracker.org to highlight his record on spending and the need for better votes in Congress. Exposing wasteful spending is just part of my commitment to being a good steward of your money. As your senator, I’ve. been a lone, yet […] Read More >>

Shutdown drags on, but is it saving money?

Note: This post originally appeared at the Institute for Spending Reform. The United States has now entered its longest-ever government shutdown. With government employees across the country officially receiving $0 paychecks, it’s likely that Members of Congress will get even more pressure to find a solution. Meanwhile, competing stories of standoffs and storming out of […] Read More >>

Coalition supports the FAST Generics Act

Today, we were thrilled to see the introduction of common-sense legislation that will take aim at an area long overdue for reform: Expensive prescription drugs and the regulations that enable monopolies and high prices. Representatives Peter Welch (D-VT) and David McKinley (R-WV) on Friday introduced the “Fair Access for Safe and Timely Generics Act of 2017,” […] Read More >>