Millennial Policy Center Reacts to Latest Obamacare Misfortune, Renews Call for ‘Piecemeal Repeal’

President and CEO Jimmy Sengenberger expresses concern over future of life under Obamacare, renews call for ‘Piecemeal Repeal’ Denver, Colo. – Jimmy Sengenberger, 26, President and CEO of the Millennial Policy Center, a Denver, Colorado-based think tank program, released the following statement on the current failure of congressional Republicans to repeal and replace Obamacare: “The inability of Senate Republicans to …

Katebi: The Senate healthcare bill is the solution we’ve been waiting for

Writing in The Washington Examiner, Millennial Policy Center Fellow Charlie Katebi explores the improvements contained in the revised version of the Senate’s Better Care Reconciliation Act: “When Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., initially unveiled the Senate’s healthcare reform bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, conservatives inside and outside of Congress criticized the bill for maintaining Obamacare’s regulations that increase …

Diaz-Arrastia: You’d Be Forgiven if the Trump-Putin Meeting Confused You

After a strong lead-up to the long-anticipated meeting between President Trump and Vladimir Putin, the actual meeting itself left the heart wanting. The week prior saw several initiatives aimed at curbing any area Russia has an advantage over the United States. Energy week was capped off with a plan to sell U.S. LNG to Eastern Europe to fight Russian energy …

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Sengenberger in Denver Post on the facts about the Senate health care bill and the CBO report

Writing in a letter to the editor for The Denver Post, Millennial Policy Center President Jimmy Sengenberger explains why the Post’s claim that the Senate healthcare bill will “cost 22 million people access to health care by 2026” is misleading: “Your editorial urges Sen. Cory Gardner to “join the Obamacare repeal protest” in part because the Senate health care bill …

Darrow: The GOP’s Health-Care Messaging Needs Serious Work

Writing in The National Review, Millennial Policy Center Fellow Juliana Darrow discusses the need for advocates of healthcare reform – specifically Republicans – to better message their case: “The current health-care debate is often distilled into a series of binary choices for public consumption: good or bad, healthy or sick, help for the rich or help for the poor. As …

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Orange County Register features MPC President in story on Millennials living at home

The Southern California-based Orange County Register featured a story Friday entitled “Why millennials living with their parents has become the norm in Southern California.” MPC President Jimmy Sengenberger offered perspective for the piece, written by reporter Ian Wheeler: “Millennials aren’t skeptical about home ownership, but they are concerned about the financial viability of buying one, said Jimmy Sengenberger, chief executive …

Darrow: Obamacare Failure is on the Democrats

Writing in The National Review, Millennial Policy Center Fellow Juliana Darrow discusses the need for reform of our nation’s healthcare system and Republicans’ efforts to accomplish it: “Senate Republicans are planning to vote on their version of the long-awaited health-care replacement bill as early as next week; this is the latest development in the contentious process of dismantling the Affordable …

Katebi: High Risk Pools Serve Patients Better Than Mandates

Writing in Forbes, Millennial Policy Center Fellow Charlie Katebi explores the benefits of high-risk pools in helping to insure individuals with pre-existing conditions: “As Congress continues to advance the American Health Care Act, Democrats and the medical establishment have argued that the Republican health care bill will deny sick and vulnerable patients access to quality health care. But the reality …