We cannot support the majority’s conclusions in the FCIC report and have issued a dissenting statement.
This primer contains preliminary findings and conclusions released by Vice Chairman Bill Thomas, Commissioner Keith Hennessey, Commissioner Douglas Holtz-Eakin, and Commissioner Peter J. Wallison, and represents a portion of the findings and conclusions resulting from their work on the FCIC.
Funding alternative energy may end up being a poor use of federal dollars if local utilities regulators continue to run a short-sighted, politically motivated, counterproductive strategy.
The failure to pass health care reform is not due to partisan politics, but because the Democrats are letting the legislation be written by organized labor and the pharmaceutical companies.
Panelists discuss competitive pricing in Medicare.
AEI scholars and other experts will examine the likely impact, feasibility, and support for forthcoming health care reforms.
This event will examine whether or not Medicare can meet its obligations to seniors despite rapidly rising health costs and shrinking revenues.