Healthcare spending is growing at an unsustainable rate in America. By legalizing innovation, creating new markets, and reversing special interest capture, we can deflate costs and radically improve outcomes.
States loan or guarantee tens of billions of dollars every year, but almost all that debt is “off-the-books.” By using private sector accounting standards and publishing estimates, states become better stewards of public money.
Regulatory policy should be targets, carefully developed, and focused on increasing opportunity, not reducing it. With commonsense regulatory reform, we can empower small businesses, innovators, and the citizens to thrive.
Not every job needs a degree, and unnecessary requirements stifle opportunity. Pointless degree requirements in the public sector should be done away with, and states across the country are leading the change.