If you empower government, the only people who gain are people who have special access to government. That’s not the middle class.
Fewer people are signing up for Obamacare because Obamacare plans promise less than full value for money, says Nan Hayworth, a medical doctor, former member of Congress and a member of the Goodman Institute board of directors.
The statistics look great for every economic groups. People are seeing very positive economic changes.
Goodman Institute Board Member Nan Hayworth appearing on Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner on FOX News to discuss President Trump’s Supreme Court nomination Brett Kavanaugh.
Goodman Institute Board Member Nan Hayworth appearing on The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino to talk healthcare policy and midterm elections.
Nan Hayworth, Goodman Institute Board Member and Author of the report “Modern Families, Outdated Laws,” appeared on S.E. Cupp’s Unfiltered which airs on CNN Headline News to discuss policy reforms that need to happen in order to update our nation’s tax code and other public policy.
Dr. John Goodman on MSNBC to discuss healthcare reform legislation.
John Goodman, Goodman Institute president, and Alex Azar, former Lilly USA president, weigh in on the future of the Affordable Care Act. With CNBC’s Ylan Mui.
The only insurers that are succeeding are Medicaid contractors and the plans they are selling look like Medicaid. They exclude the best doctors and the best hospitals, John Goodman tells Fox News.
Tax law, labor law, employee benefits law, Social Security and a host of other institutions assume the husband will work, the wife will stay home and they will never get divorced, Nan Hayworth tells CNN Headline News. Hayworth’s new Goodman Institute study reviews the major changes that are needed.