Conservatives Take on ‘Credibility Gap’ on Health Care, Push Localized Reform


By Tyler O’Neil
PJ Media, April 3, 2019

On Wednesday, conservative policy leaders met with reporters to discuss the framework for Republican health care reform. The policy experts admitted that Republicans start with a “credibility gap” on health care but argued that limited government approaches will better achieve the goals of driving down costs, providing more options, and helping the most vulnerable obtain health insurance. Grace-Marie Turner, president of the Galen Institute, said, “I think the reason conservatives are in that gap is because they spent so much time talking about policy details and not enough time talking about goals.” In order to bridge the credibility gap, Turner directly addressed the key goals of health care reform to lower costs and increase choices while protecting the vulnerable and explained how the Health Care Choices Proposal would achieve them. Click here to read more.