Right to Shop’s goal is to provide patients with access to information on the out-of-pocket costs they will face after a non-emergency medical procedure.
In a day when South Carolinians are struggling to find high-quality healthcare, shouldn’t we be enacting policies that expand access to good healthcare options?
When it comes time to ObamaCare, the news just keeps getting worse. Choice is down while prices are up.
Here's a report released by the Congressional Budget Office should be read by every state legislator in every state.
As Ronald Reagan might say, “There they go again.” The Obamacare Perpetual Bailout Machine went into high gear again on Friday.
“Right to Try” and “Volunteer Care” are bipartisan, common sense pieces of legislation drawn from experiences in other states that are aimed at lending a hand to the most vulnerable among us, when they need it most. Below is a brief update explaining how these new laws work. Right to Try In June, Governor Haley
We could not help but notice that a very different tale is being told in California. It is Right to Try vs. Right to Die.
The Legislature took some small but important steps that reflect the sense of unity, community and compassion.
The presidential campaign has revealed widespread public anger about government programs that don’t seem to work as intended.
South Carolina has a new law, signed by Gov. Nikki Haley last Friday, that allows terminally ill patients to try investigational drugs.