Promoting affordable, high quality health care.
We must tackle rising costs by empowering consumers through a more competitive market.
Minnesotans expect and receive high quality and innovation from our health care system. But that system suffers from serious problems, and Obamacare is only making it worse. Minnesota must embrace the power of the free market to tackle the rising cost of health care, and it must empower consumers to be more involved in their health care choices, not disenfranchise them. Author: Peter Nelson, director of public policy, the Center of the American Experiment.
Peter Nelson is the Director of Public Policy for Center of the American Experiment. He spends most of his time researching and writing on a range of policy issues. Peter regularly consults with state policy makers, as well as contributing commentaries to the Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, and other local newspapers across Minnesota. Peter received his B.A. in economics from Wheaton College and a law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School where he was a member of the Minnesota Law Review.