by George Leef
One feature of Obamacare (the so-called Affordable Care Act) is that it sets up a board called the Independent Payment Advisory Board with sweeping powers. Can it actually deny people treatments if these experts don’t approve? In this [email protected] post, Michael Cannon quotes a reputable health care expert who says that no reputable economist thinks otherwise. All of the “fact checkers” who have fallen for the Obama line that IPAB is nothing for us to be concerned about are asleep at the wheel.