Congresswoman, Victoria Spartz, explains how federal initiatives are at an impasse and that big government solution aren’t working. With the inability of the U.S. government to enact any positive change on healthcare in the country, it is up to the individual states to lead the way. Spartz discusses the need for free-market principles in the health industry, and the initiatives she is working on to help Indiana’s citizens.

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  1. Senator Spartz’s cheeseburger delayed price example was an on point comparison.

    The public awareness of the benefits of free market competition in healthcare could gain traction in the states that allow for it to take place free of ‘status quo lobby influenced’ policies or heavy tax burdens.

    Critics tend to associate the free market with higher prices and no accountability but I prefer direct communication and price transparency over bureaucratic walls and surprise bills that historically have shown to be higher with 3rd party involvement.

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