Author Archives: Jake Grant

White House Will Continue Cost-Sharing Payments

  It was rumored that the Trump Administration would end the cost-sharing reduction payments to health insurers after Congress failed to pass legislation repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. Now, a White House spokesman has confirmed that the payments … Continue reading

House Reveals Budget Plan For Next Fiscal Year

  The House released a budget plan that hopes to cut spending and help lead the way for one of the biggest administration promises: Tax reform. The budget anticipates deficit reductions of over $200 billion over the decade and an … Continue reading

Budget Woes in the States Should be a Warning to Washington

  The end of fiscal year 2017 is quickly approaching for the federal government. At the end of September, Congress is required to pass all 12 appropriations bills — something that they have historically failed to do, as our debt … Continue reading