How Florida’s Auto-Claim Settlements Become Lavish

Following an accident that results in minor bodily injury or property damage, it is customary for parties to exchange insurance information, notify their insurers, and fix the damages. This trusts that both insurers are working toward an amicable settlement, allowing the parties to resume their lives. Automobile insurance is intended to make that process efficient […]

The Hill: Competition, Not Capping Increases, is the Cure for High Drug Prices

Soaring prescription drug prices are putting financial pressure on families across the country. In response, state legislators are increasingly considering limits on the annual price increase of prescription drugs. But rather than making drugs more affordable, these policies risk reducing consumer access to cheaper, generic alternatives. Read this op-ed in The Hill       […]

Real Clear Health: Rx Price Transparency Is Key to Lowering Health Care Costs

The Trump administration’s recent efforts to increase transparency in hospital pricing have expectedly been met with legal push-back from the hospitals themselves. But shadowy hospital pricing is just the tip of the opaque iceberg that is driving up the costs of health care in America. To inject more competition into the industry, Congress and the […]

Daily Caller: Tariffs Haven’t Helped Americans This Christmas Season

With Christmas around the corner, tariffs could make holiday shopping a lot harder for millions of Americans. Concerned that America is getting a “bad deal” when it comes to trade, the President recently imposed metal tariffs on Argentina and Brazil while also threatening to do the same on a variety of French products. Yet, these […]

Real Clear Health: Patients Need Transparent Pricing from Surprise Bills

Action must be taken by health insurance companies to protect and work in the interest of their clients. We need price transparency in the healthcare market.  In many cases consumers who have insurance are asked to sign a waiver that makes them responsible for any charge later found not to be covered by their insurance […]

Inside Sources: Massachusetts Unknowingly Made E-Cigarettes More Dangerous

The legislature recently banned all flavored e-cigarettes in the state while also instituting a 75 percent excise tax on the product — the highest in the nation. While the law was passed under the guise of protecting teen health, the only thing it has accomplished is making e-cigarettes more dangerous. You can read this op-ed […]

New FDA Commissioner Has The Chance To Help Smokers

Over 480,000 people annually lose their lives due to cigarettes, while 34 million Americans smoke every year. As the new commission at the FDA, it is his responsibility to ensure the public has access to products that reduce harm and promote health. E-cigarettes are an essential product that have already saved lives and continue to help […]

Inside Sources: What Happens If the Credit Union’s Tax Exemption Gets Removed?

The push to end tax exemption and treat credit unions more like banks would not make the allocation of credit better, cheaper and more efficient. Instead, it would reduce competition and limit credit, affecting mostly the underserved population. You can read this op-ed at Inside Sources. What Happens If the Credit Unions’ Tax Exemption Gets […]

ACI Joins Coalition in Support of New Healthcare Proposal

Today, a group of organizations representing millions of Americans wrote in support of a new healthcare plan — A Framework for Personalized, Affordable Care. The plan would replace the current Affordable Care Act, while empowering consumer choice, providing patient access to affordable coverage, and increasing innovation. The plan would also expand the size and role of […]