Tag: health

Testa calls on Trenton to stop investing pension funds with Chinese pharma firm

VINELAND, N.J. – The COVID-19 pandemic has caused Americans – and some New Jersey politicians – to rexamine the wisdom of allowing China to serve a leading role in the pharmaceutical industry. State Senator Mike Testa Jr. (R-1) joined the Read More

ANALYSIS: N.J. ranked worst U.S. state for healthcare access even as it becomes a COVID-19 hot spot

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey’s over-regulated health care system provides worst-in-America health care access according to the results of a new study from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.  The study’s pre-release – designed to inform state policymakers at Read More

Free Market Friendly Ways to Increase Healthcare Access in Response to COVID-19 | Jedynak

By Erica Jedynak _ In light of COVID-19’s impact on New Jersey, it is critical that policymakers continue to take steps to ensure timely access to affordable health care. Governor Murphy and lawmakers can respond to the concerns of New Read More

Medical Costs Transparency: As Clear as Peanut Butter | Singleton

By Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD _ What if purchasing medical products and services were like buying peanut butter? Grocery stores have several brands and varieties: smooth, chunky, old-fashioned, natural, organic, no added sugar, reduced fat, no-stir, and pre-mixed with Read More

5.4 million N.J. families’ health insurance will be ILLEGAL if Bernie, Warren (or Booker) win the presidency

By Matt Rooney _ I could go on, and on, and on about the clown car train wreck on acid that was Tuesday’s night (round 1) of the second 2020 Democrat primary debate, Save Jerseyans, but what would be the Read More

WHY YOUR TAXES STINK: N.J. public worker benefits cost 50% more than the national average

MORRISTOWN, NJ – There are a host of reasons why New Jersey residents property taxes are among the country’s worst. Chief among them: sky-high public worker retirement and benefit costs. Anyone paying attention knows that. What even fewer people understand Read More

Witch Hunt is Over: Time for Congress to Go to Work (OPINION)

By Frank Pallotta _ The Mueller Investigation that has dominated national policy and politics for nearly two years, ended with a whimper – not the bang that the ‘Never Trumpers” had hoped for.  Mueller found no Russian collusion, no conspiracy Read More