On Tuesday, September 14th, e21’s ObamaCare Watch project
held an event “ObamaCare at Six Months: What Else Have We Learned?”

The event featured the release of a new, in-depth
research study by OCW Director James Capretta co-authored by Robert Book,
Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. Their paper analyzed the
cuts instituted by the new health law on a county-by-county basis. The event
also featured a keynote speech by Sen. Mike Johanns (R-NE) and commentary by
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, all moderated by Bill Kristol.

Read “Reductions in Medicare Advantage Payments: The
Impact on Seniors by Region” at heritage.org.

Click here to see the county-by-county table of
Medicare Advantage disruptions.

Read an op-ed by Book and Capretta summarizing their findings
from The
Daily Caller

Event Photos:

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Introductory Remarks by Jim Capretta from Economics 21 on Vimeo.

Presentation of the study’s findings by Robert Book from Economics 21 on Vimeo.

Commentary by Doug Holtz-Eakin from Economics 21 on Vimeo.

Discussion Moderated by Bill Kristol from Economics 21 on Vimeo.

Keynote Address by Sen. Mike Johanns, (R-NE) from Economics 21 on Vimeo.

Q & A: Two Parts

Q&A – Part 1 – Senator Johanns from Economics 21 on Vimeo.

Q&A – Part 2 – Questions for Panel from Economics 21 on Vimeo.

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