Nuzzo says the bill will give patients more choices for health care.
“Enabling direct primary care to continue to function as it was intended, as an alternative to insurance, will enable more DPC practices to expand in the state and give patients and doctors something sorely needed: choice,” Nuzzo said.
Florida Watchdog's Kyle Gibson gives a preview of some of the major issues for the 2018 Florida legislative session, which include criminal justice reform, regulation of innovative business, and school choice.
In a low-lying state like Florida, storing excess water is essential to protecting the growing state from the ravages of flooding. Fortunately, Florida has a perfect example of how excess water can be stored effectively, quickly and economically.
“Adopting a Bethune Scholarship would give every Florida child a K-12 education tailored to meet his or her unique needs,” Mattox concluded in an article he wrote about the proposed scholarship program.
Professor Jack Chambless, a member of JMI's Research Advisory Council, writes on the potential benefits of recent tax cuts.
The hypocrisy of the left never ceases to amaze. Liberals shout about the inherent evil of monopolies, unless it’s the government monopoly. Whether it’s health care, education or any other area of our economy, the left preaches one thing and governs the exact opposite.
In attempting to cut through all the media wailing, there are three things worth highlighting in the context not just of this tax debate, but of the first year of the Trump Administration. Collectively, they point to encouraging signs for the next three years, if we can maintain the momentum.
By passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Congress has kept its promise to the American people to reform the unwieldy federal tax code. For far too long families, entrepreneurs, and working Americans have struggled under the weight of a tax code that has stifled our economy and contributed to the enormous growth in the size and reach of the federal government. Lowering our corporate tax rate will provide a potent shot of energy to our economy, and the positive changes in individual rates and deductions will be felt by working Americans as soon as the withholding tables are adjusted.
This trio of actions is just a small piece of a very broad conservative policy reform agenda that states must champion. As we seek to promote conservative principles and at the same time address the challenges impacting our society from scourges like addiction, it is my hope that states can be the shining example of how to lead the way forward.
The exploding opioid crisis in America is fueling a renewed push for criminal-justice reform, and a prominent grassroots activist says conservatives would be wise to take up the mantle to shrink the size of government and put more productive citizens back into the U.S. economy.