Newspaper Articles – Matthew Glans

Alaska’s Governor Unilaterally Expands Medicaid

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker (I) announced in July his plans to circumvent the State Legislature to expand Medicaid in his state using executive powers.

Medicaid Set to Overwhelm New Mexico’s Budget

New Mexico is one of 28 states that expanded Medicaid coverage for impoverished adults as part of the implementation of Obamacare, resulting in more than 216,000 people joining the state’s Medicaid

Hepatitis C Drug Lawsuits Filed, Challenges Insurance Company Decisions

Consumers across the nation are starting to file lawsuits against insurers who deny them access to expensive new hepatitis C treatments.

GMOs Are Good, Scientist Says

Amanda Maxham, Ph.D., Ayn Rand Institute’s resident expert on science and the environment, says genetically modified foods (GMO) are beneficial, strongly contradicting a growing contingent of activ

Assurant Health Falls Victim to Obamacare’s Sweeping Regulations

It’s a tough time to be a small insurance company.

Coca-Cola Takes on Scaremongers

At the April meeting of the Coca-Cola Company’s (CCC) shareholders, the National Center for Public Policy Research urged the soft drink manufacturer’s CEO, Muhtar Kent, to do more

Wait Times for New Patients Vary Widely In Boston and Dallas

If you are a new patient needing to see a doctor for the first time, you may have to wait, according to a survey by Merritt Hawkins, a physician search and consulting firm that qu

Nursing Home Moratorium Resurrected in Indiana

The Indiana legislature is considering legislation introduced by State Sen.