FGA Senior Fellow Josh Archambault testified during a hearing of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigationson “Medicaid Oversight: Existing Problems and Ways to Strengthen the Program." For a transcript of his testimony, click here.
What you need to know about FGA's success in the states.
Arkansas State Senator Bryan King appeared on Fox News' America's News HQ to discuss FGA's ObamaCare Expansion Enrollment is Shattering Projections report.
NBC Nightly News covers New Hampshire's Vitals program that offers consumers the opportunity to shop for quality health care coverage.
In 1996 a bipartisan Congress worked together to pass landmark welfare reform legislation that instituted work requirements, created job training initiatives, and paved a way for millions of Americans to escape welfare’s endless cycle of poverty. Over time, government bureaucrats eroded these successes by waiving those work requirements, eliminating asset tests, and expanding eligibility. By 2015, nearly 46 million individuals...[ read more ]
Highlights from a keynote address in which Vail Horton, CEO of Keen Healthcare, shares how despite incredible challenges, individuals can do amazing things when they work hard, seize opportunity, and stay focused.
Vail Horton, CEO of Keen Healthcare, shares how despite incredible challenges, individuals can do amazing things when they work hard, seize opportunity, and stay focused.
James Whitford, Executive Director of Watered Gardens Gospel Rescue Mission, shares the inspirational story of how he sees individuals thrive when shown their value and when they are given the chance to work.
Governor of Maine, Paul LePage joined FGA's CEO Tarren Bragdon to discuss the challenges he faced growing up, the story of America, welfare reform, and how the governor and his staff have transformed the state.
On May 24th, 2016, Tarren Bragdon, CEO of the Foundation for Government Accountability testified before the House Ways and Means committee and shared the results of our research and the inspiring impact of work requirements in Kansas and Maine. This hearing on welfare reform was the first to be held in more than a decade. The following video contains Tarren's opening...[ read more ]