February 26, 2016
By Ryan Ellis
Few people have done more to advance the cause of Obamacare repeal than the Cato Institute’s Michael Cannon, the leading force behind the King v. Burwell challenge to Obamacare’s individual mandate.
That’s why I was so…disappointed…to see an article just posted by Cannon over at NRO. Its title is “Marco Rubio’s Healthcare Plan Has an Individual Mandate.”
I was floored. After all, I’m a big supporter of Marco Rubio for President, and I’m a big opponent of government mandates to do anything, especially government mandates to purchase health insurance. Has Marco sold out?
No. In fact, what Cannon is referring to is the voluntary tax credit Rubio’s plan creates to help individuals purchase health insurance.
Read the full article at Forbes.com: Marco Rubio's Healthcare Plan Absolutely Does Not Contain An Individual Mandate