Joseph Antos

American Enterprise Institute

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Joseph Antos is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, specializing in health policy and market-based reform.

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Republicans have promised to abolish Obamacare and cut taxes for the richest Americans.

Senate healthcare bill: Reductions in medical care, cuts in taxes

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There will be no vacation from political advertising this Fourth of July as the battle over  10% cuts in Medicare  reaches a fever pitch.

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