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The Princeton Packet: Health Care Repeal Would Be Costly For New Jersey

In last week's State of the Union, President Barack Obama made it clear that he intends to continue with his health reform agenda. His opposition will no doubt continue to push for repeal. But are repeal proponents standing up for consumers, or are they standing up for the health insurance industry?

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Report | NJPIRG Law and Policy Center | Health Care

The Cost of Repeal

On March 23, 2010, after a long congressional debate, President Barack Obama signed into law comprehensive federal health care reform legislation, known as the Affordable Care Act or ACA. But the enactment of the law did not end the debate. Even the law’s strongest proponents acknowledge the need for improvements. And across the country, state legislators and Governors have been urged to slow or stop work on implementation of key provisions. The courts are considering legal challenges to the law.

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News Release | NJPIRG Law and Policy Center | Health Care

Health Care Repeal Would Have Costly Consequences for New Jersey Consumers and Small Businesses

Consumers and small businesses in New Jersey will face significantly higher insurance premiums and could see costly coverage denials and price discrimination if efforts to repeal the federal health care law prevail in Congress or in the courts, according to The Cost of Repeal: Examining the Impact on New Jersey of Repealing the New Federal Health Care Law, a new report released today by NJPIRG. 

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Report | NJPIRG Law and Policy Center | Budget, Transportation

Do Roads Pay For Themselves?

Highway advocates often claim that roads “pay for themselves,” with gasoline taxes and other charges to motorists covering – or nearly covering – the full cost of highway construction and maintenance. They are wrong.

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News Release | NJPIRG Law and Policy Center | Transportation

'User-Fee' Myth Busted; NJ Is Only State in Nation Where Taxes Subsidize Driving

A new report released today by the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) disproves the common misperception that road-building is paid for by user fees, showing that gas taxes cover barely half the costs of building and maintaining roads, a fraction which is likely to fall steadily. 

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