An artificial handat least one approved by the federal governmentcosts as much as $50,000 or more. But among the millions of children around the world who need a hand, very few have parents who can afford to buy one. Fortunately, a research scientist has discovered that artificial hands created by 3-D printing can be produced for as little $50. And he has found a clever way to get around government regulations: He gives them away.
|John C. Goodman is a Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, President of the Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research, and author of the widely acclaimed Independent books, A Better Choice: Healthcare Solutions for America, and the award-winning, Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis. The Wall Street Journal and the National Journal, among other media, have called him the Father of Health Savings Accounts.|
Obamacare remains highly controversial and faces ongoing legal and political challenges. Polls show that by a large margin Americans remain opposed to the healthcare law and seek to repeal and replace it. However, the question is: Replace it with what?