Contrary to what viral emails claim, there’s no 3.8 percent “sales tax” on homes in the federal health care law. The investment tax will affect few high-income earners. See our […]
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Is the Affordable Care Act “devastating to small businesses,” as some critics claim? We find such assertions are overblown. The law is actually beneficial to truly small companies. See “GOP’s […]
The president got a key point wrong when he attacked Rep. Paul Ryan’s plan for Medicare. Read more about Obama’s claims in “Fall Preview: Obama vs. Romney (and Ryan),” April […]
Claims that the health care law kills jobs are greatly exaggerated. Read more about the claim in our Feb. 21 article, “GOP’s ‘Job-Killing’ Whopper, Again.”
Is free contraception coverage revenue neutral, or does it increase insurance premiums? The evidence is conflicting and murky. See our Feb. 24 article, “Cloudy Contraception Costs,” for more on this […]
The Massachusetts health care law signed by then-Gov. Mitt Romney did not create a “government-run” system, as some critics have said. But Romney wrongly claims everyone under his law was […]