Policy Focus: The Public Option For Health Coverage
Hadley Heath Manning joins the podcast to discuss this month’s policy focus: The Public Option for Health Coverage. We focus on what a public option would mean, how the idea continues to pop up in bills at both the federal and state levels, and why competition is a good thing when it comes to health coverage.
Hadley Heath Manning is director of policy at Independent Women’s Forum and Independent Women’s Voice, and is a Senior Blankley Fellow at the Steamboat Institute. Hadley has testified before Congress and state legislatures on various policy issues. She also appears frequently in radio and TV outlets across the country and is a regular guest on the Fox Business Network. Her work has been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, POLITICO, and many others.
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