The Institute for Policy Innovation

The Limits of Trump's Health-Care Order

Give President Trump an A for effort with his latest executive order, which tries to expand health-insurance options for individuals battered by exploding premiums and fleeing insurers. At least somebody is trying to do something after congressional Republicans failed to repeal and replace ObamaCare. While …

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A Post-Constitution America

President Donald Trump has announced that he will stop making Obamacare’s cost-sharing reduction (CSR) payments because they are unconstitutional. The Justice Department and a federal judge have agreed.   Yet the left and the media don’t care because the constitutionality of an action no longer matters—except …

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With Sketchy Tax-Reform Details, Year-End Planning Could Be Challenging

By Russ Wiles There’s little point in doing much income-tax planning yet under the assumption that sweeping tax reform will be enacted soon. No comprehensive reform bill has been drafted, and no Congressional consensus has emerged. But if President Trump’s proposals gain traction in the waning weeks of the …

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Trump's Healthcare Executive Order Could Destabilize Already Fragile Market

By Emily Stewart President Donald Trump’s upcoming executive order on Obamacare could throw the already-delicate American healthcare industry into further chaos. The White House has in the works an order that will lift some insurance rules set by the Affordable Care Act. The president teased the order …

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Charles Murray to Discuss Free Speech Problems on College Campuses

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, October 12, 2017CONTACT: Erin Humiston, (972) 874-5139, or [email protected] DALLAS—– Noted political scientist and author Charles Murray comes to Dallas on Friday, October 20, to share his concerns about the state of free speech on college campuses as part of the …

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Is Tax Reform in Trouble?

Several recent news stories have suggested that tax reform may be in trouble. “Trump Tax Cut Already In Trouble” says Forbes. “The GOP’s Tax Reform Push Is Already a Huge Mess” claims Vox. “Why the GOP Tax Plan Could Implode” warns CNBC. Well, duh. OF …

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Coalition Letter in Support of Tax Reform Legislation

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Obamacare Hasn't Expanded Individual Health Coverage

Democrats have put the country through years of political, financial and health insurance turmoil in order to create an individual health insurance market that they boasted would attract millions of uninsured Americans. And yet four years into the Affordable Care Act experiment, the number of …

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African Farmers Brace for Life Without Sweet Support From EU

By Alexandra Wexler SIPHOFANENI, Swaziland—When the European Union deregulates its sugar market at the end of September, some of the biggest losers will be in the lush hills of this tiny, landlocked nation. More than 8,000 miles from Brussels, Swaziland’s sugar farmers for over a …

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Patriotism for Business Is Investing, Not Paying Taxes

It’s no wonder that U.S. companies took steps to protect themselves from paying exorbitant taxes during the Obama years. The U.S. has the developed world’s highest corporate tax rate and the Obama administration wanted even more.Many U.S. companies left overseas profits stranded in foreign subsidiaries, …

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