Increase Dental Access and Affordability for Arizonans: Dental tourism shows need for reform – The Arizona Republic

Dental tourism shows need for reform Border crossings are a hot topic in American politics right now. But a different kind of border crossing has received far less attention. Arizonans are crossing into Mexico in droves to access dental care Continue reading Increase Dental Access and Affordability for Arizonans: Dental tourism shows need for reform – The Arizona Republic

States With More African Americans Provide Fewer Benefits to the Poor

When he launched his War on Poverty in 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson visited Tom Fletcher, an unemployed white Appalachian coal miner who lived in Kentucky. The White House had chosen Fletcher, who had eight children, to become the face Continue reading States With More African Americans Provide Fewer Benefits to the Poor

Less Government Involvement in Healthcare brings Prices Down: Example Laser Eye Surgery

EpiPen is basically early 1900s technology. It’s a syringe containing adrenaline, attached to a spring. During the last couple of years, the price has increased from $100 per device to $600. Even though production cost has gone down to $10 Continue reading Less Government Involvement in Healthcare brings Prices Down: Example Laser Eye Surgery

Arizona Breaking Regulations on School Choice Funding and Freedom to Earn living

It’s difficult for many parents to pay for alternative educational options for their children when their tax dollars are earmarked for failing public schools. Arizona is changing that with its new Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program, through which the state Continue reading Arizona Breaking Regulations on School Choice Funding and Freedom to Earn living