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Biden Sabotages Medicare Advantage


April 9, 2024


By Bobby Jindal and Charlie Katebi President Biden accuses Republicans of seeking to cut Medicare. In his 2025 budget proposal to Congress, Mr. Biden vowed to “reject any efforts to cut or undermine the Medicare or Social Security benefits that seniors and people with disabilities have earned and paid into their entire working lives.” That’s […]

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Attention, policymakers: Medicare Advantage enrollees love their coverage and their licensed agents


March 15, 2024


 By Bobby Jindal and Steve Beshear Even the most well-intentioned government actions risk backfiring when undertaken without due care and deliberation. Incremental, focused change helps ensure outcomes that align with the best interests of citizens. As former state governors, one a Democrat and one a Republican, we understand that principle, one we worked to make […]

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5 steps toward a fresh approach to health care reform


February 21, 2024


By Bobby Jindal and Newt Gingrich These 5 fresh principles for health care reform will resonate across party lines As the cost of living continues to be a crucial concern for voters, there’s an urgent need for candidates to present viable solutions for making health care both affordable and accessible. Here are five fresh principles […]

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Affordable prescription drugs need bipartisan patent reform


February 15, 2024


By Bobby Jindal and Charlie Katebi Like food, gas, and other essential products, the public is now paying more for prescription drugs than ever before. In January alone, drug manufacturers raised the price of more than 910 major brand-name drugs by 5% on average, according to the drug price nonprofit 46Brooklyn Research. Between 2011 and […]

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To Make Health Care Affordable, Give Patients Choices


January 25, 2024


By Bobby Jindal & Heidi Overton Affordability is on the mind of every American in 2024. From groceries to gas, Americans are spending more. Health care is no different, especially for those with costly medical conditions and high deductibles who started back at $0 of their “deductible met” on January 1. Health care affordability was […]

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The root causes of our illiberal higher education system


December 18, 2023


Americans repulsed by college students harassing Jewish students were more horrified when the adults in charge refused before Congress to condemn calls for Jewish genocide as a violation of their codes of conduct and suggested the words were fine until acted upon. Three university presidents responded to a congressional query about calls for “intifada” with […]