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Washington, D.C. — The House GOP Manager’s Amendment to the American Health Care Act makes marked gains in strengthening ObamaCare repeal and ensuring new states do not go down the disastrous ObamaCare expansion path. The amendment eliminates ObamaCare’s perverse “enhanced” funding for additional states. The enhanced funding redirects resources away from the truly needy on traditional Medicaid toward the new...[ read more ]

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Columbus, OH – Thanks to legislation announced today by Senator William Coley, Representative Michael Henne, and Assistant Majority Whip Robert McColley, Ohio taxpayers could soon benefit from new tools to find and eliminate welfare fraud and preserve limited resources for the truly vulnerable. Under Senate Bill 96 and House Bill 119, the state of Ohio would utilize new data and...[ read more ]

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Washington, D.C. — For eight years, Republican leadership promised the American people a swift repeal and replacement of ObamaCare. Last night, they released the first draft of their plan. But unfortunately, this proposal fails to keep many of those promises and gives permanent life to ObamaCare’s disastrous expansion of Medicaid. Freezing enrollment in ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion is critical to protecting...[ read more ]

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Charleston, WV —  The West Virginia Senate took huge strides today in improving access to quality health care for thousands of low income residents with the passage of the West Virginia Medical Practice Act (SB 4), bringing with it the potential for more than 14,000 visits and $8 million in donated care. Senate Bill (SB) 4 is a bi-partisan bill...[ read more ]

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Washington, D.C. — Tuesday evening, President Trump stressed his directive that Congress repeal and replace ObamaCare with “reforms that expand choice, increase access, lower costs, and at the same time, provide better healthcare.” To effectively do so, any plan presented by Congress must include an immediate freeze of Medicaid expansion enrollment. Under an enrollment freeze, no new enrollees would be...[ read more ]

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Naples, Fl. - Today, the Foundation for Government Accountability unveiled its first round of policy research focused on its new ‘Freedom to Prosper’ campaign, which focuses on promoting opportunity for individuals by reducing restrictive licensing requirements and regulatory burdens. The study, authored by FGA’s Andrew Brown and Jared Meyer, focuses on Florida’s recent regulatory reforms. The findings build on existing...[ read more ]

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FGA Senior Fellow to Testify Before Congress Tomorrow on ObamaCare FGA will highlight the failure of Medicaid expansion before the U.S. House Energy & Commerce Committee Washington, DC —Josh Archambault, senior fellow at the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) will testify Tuesday before the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. As House Republicans begin the first...[ read more ]

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What is the Role? FGA works with state leaders across the nation to advance positive health care and welfare reforms, and to stop policies that grow the welfare state at the expense of families and taxpayers. In just the past two years, 25 states have implemented FGA model reforms that will result in 3.4 million people escaping the welfare trap...[ read more ]

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FGA Launches ‘Freedom to Prosper’ Initiative Former legislator and economics analyst tapped to spearhead project Naples, FL – The Foundation for Government Accountability announced today the launch of its latest policy solution, ‘Freedom to Prosper’, aimed at eliminating restrictive licensing requirements and regulatory burdens at the local level. Licensing requirements created by local governments and state agencies limit the ability...[ read more ]

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   New Report Finds ObamaCare Expansion States Have Enrolled More Than Double Projected Number of Adults Massive enrollment overruns leave taxpayers, truly needy at risk A new study, released today by the Foundation for Government Accountability, found that all ObamaCare expansion states with available data have enrolled more able-bodied adults than these states said would ever possibly enroll. Meanwhile, nearly...[ read more ]