Wyoming Liberty Group
If the Supreme Court rules in King v. Burwell that the IRS illegally distributed tax credits on federal insurance exchanges, Republicans could finally have the chance to repeal Obamacare. June 2, 2015
Charlie Katebi and Chuck Gray from KVOC discuss the Federal Government’s Medicaid Expansion promises and why you should think twice before believing them. May 13, 2015
Ever since Congress passed Obamacare in 2010, each April 15, the dreaded tax return filing day, brings ever more complexity to our federal tax code. This year’s complexity is the employer mandate, the most harmful of the law’s tax provisions because it spells trouble for businesses and workers alike. If the Supreme Court sides with the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell, the mandate becomes a lot harder to enforce and could free states from its distortions entirely.
Charles Katebi spoke with Chuck Gray on KVOC about the latest Obamacare tax to go into effect in 2015 — the Employer Mandate — and what it means for individuals and businesses. April 16, 2015
On the day before April Fool’s Day, Armstrong v. Exceptional Child Center buried any illusion that Medicaid Expansion will improve access to health care. In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court barred doctors, dentists and pharmacists from suing states for allegedly curtailing reimbursements for care they provide to Medicaid patients. Although the ruling doesn’t directly impact Medicaid’s promise to provide quality care for the poor, fulfilling that promise requires a wide and accessible network of physicians. By this metric, Medicaid hasn’t fulfilled its pledge for years and the Supreme Court just made it official.
On KGAB, Charles Katebi discusses the recent Supreme Court decision around Medicaid reimbursement rates and what it means for Wyoming. April 10, 2015