Author "Bradley Latino"

By Bradley Latino
In Health Law
Apr 2nd, 2012
1 Comment
Dear Americans: A recent poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation suggests that 51% of us believe the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) minimum coverage requirement — its “individual mandate” — is unconstitutional. By my completely ...
By Bradley Latino
In Health Reform
Feb 16th, 2011
5 Comments
When President Clinton announced his “Task Force on National Health Reform” in late January, 1993, Republicans (at least initially) felt the need to offer voters a conservative counterpoint. Their primary concern was countering the “e...
By Bradley Latino
In Health Reform
Feb 14th, 2011
6 Comments
In recent years, politicians of every stripe have eaten their words about the wisdom of requiring all Americans to possess health coverage. This hasn’t been real news since the 2007 Democratic primary debates, when candidate Obama claimed his rea...
By Bradley Latino
In Uncategorized
Nov 9th, 2010
0 Comments
Beginning January 1, 2011, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) requires all health insurance plans to spend a set percentage of their aggregate premium income on medical claims and “quality improvement expenses”–85%...
By Bradley Latino
In Health Law
Jul 20th, 2010
5 Comments
Regardless of one’s opinion on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s constitutionality, most commentators–and no less an authority than the Congressional Budget Office–agree (or concede, as the case may be) that Congr...