Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Weekly Health Review, Vol. 8

Editor's Note: The Goins Report did not publish a Weekly Health Review last week.

Kaiser Health News created a list of 10 things you didn't know were in the 2010 Health Care law, including a CDC public education initiative to promote "community water fluoridation."

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says that he's really glad the Supreme Court of the United States didn't legalize extortion, CNSNews.com reports.

The House of Representatives voted to repeal the President's 2010 health care reform law, CNSNews.com reports.

A lawyer that defended 26 states against the 2010 healthcare law and served in the Bush one and Reagan administrations says that Chief Justice Roberts rewrote the law in when upholding the President's health reform law. The Goins Report has the story.

Companies with at least 50 percent of their employees enrolled in account-based health plans have lower costs for individual employees than companies without them, Human Events reports.

Flashback: Murray Rothbard's Essay Fluoridation Revisited.

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