Category: Entitlement Reform

Op-Ed in The Hill: ObamaCare repeal must include Medicaid reform

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Today, Club for Growth President David McIntosh and Heritage Action CEO Michael Needham, coauthored an op-ed in The Hill.  In the piece, the two explain the need to include Medicaid reform in efforts to repeal Obamacare. Read the op-ed in its entirety here and an excerpt below.   ObamaCare Repeal Must Include Medicaid Reform The […]

How Conservatives Improved the American Health Care Act

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House Speaker Paul Ryan introduced the American Health Care Act (AHCA) on March 6, 2017. It was touted as a bill to “end the Obamacare nightmare and give Americans access to truly affordable, quality health coverage.”   Unfortunately, the AHCA fell far short of those lofty ideals.   House Republicans had passed a stronger Obamacare […]

Moderate Republicans Are Stopping Obamacare Repeal… Again

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“This is big-government liberalism at work among House Republicans and Speaker Ryan is letting them run his conference.” Washington, DC – Club for Growth president David McIntosh released the following statement after Republican moderates in the House torpedoed a deal to repeal Obamacare: “The left wing among House Republicans doesn’t want to compromise or keep […]

Op-Ed in Townhall: GOP to Pay Steep Price if Fail to Deliver on Health Care

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GOP to Pay Steep Price if Fail to Deliver on Health Care David McIntosh |Posted: Mar 31, 2017 Read article on Townhall.com >>> Democrats will not repeal Obamacare, and a lot of moderate Republicans would just as soon leave it in place. Both positions are an affront to the American people – who desperately want health care […]

Memo on Way Forward with Obamacare Repeal

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  MEMO   To: Interested Parties From: Club for Growth Date: March 25, 2017 Re: Memo on Way Forward with Obamacare Repeal After weeks of holding their ground, conservatives saved Republicans from voting for their own version of Obamacare. Their bill wasn’t real repeal.  As the CBO noted, Speaker Ryan’s health care bill would have […]

Club for Growth on the Way Forward for Obamacare Repeal

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“Take the three phases of President Trump’s agenda and put them all into a new House bill.”   Washington, DC – Club for Growth president David McIntosh released the following statement after House Speaker Paul Ryan announced that there would be no vote on his health care bill: “There is a way forward: Take the […]

Club for Growth Praises White House Support of Conservative Health Care Reform

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“President Trump campaigned on interstate competition, and should continue to pressure House leadership to include it in the Republican bill.” Washington, DC – Club for Growth president David McIntosh released the following statement in response to published reports that the White House is urging conservative-backed changes to the House Obamacare alternative: “Health care reform must […]

Club for Growth Releases Annual Congressional Scorecard

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Washington, DC – Today, the Club for Growth released its 2015 Congressional Scorecard, which ranks the voting behavior of Members of Congress based on issues relating to limited government and economic growth. To view the Club for Growth’s 2015 Congressional Scorecard and all prior scorecards, click here. “Despite slight progress in 2015, Congress has a […]

Club Responds to NAM Threat

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Club for Growth president David McIntosh released a statement after the National Association of Manufacturers said it would stop all donations to Republicans while it fights for renewal of the corrupt Export-Import Bank: “It makes no sense that NAM wants to punish pro-growth lawmakers who are fighting to lower corporate tax rates, stop the EPA, and […]

Economist Greg Mankiw on the Export-Import Bank:

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Economist Greg Mankiw, a former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President George W. Bush, recently came out against the Export-Import Bank. See his short blog post below. I just got back from Utah, where I was one of the speakers at a conference that has been dubbed “Club Mitt.” One of the other speakers–this […]