Kelsey Hackem

Kelsey E. Hackem is a freelance writer based in Washington state. She has experience litigating cases to advance and protect property rights, taxpayer and entrepreneur rights, parental rights, and search and seizure at a non-profit law firm in Ohio. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her J.D. from Villanova University.
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Medicaid Decreases Life Expectancy, Report Finds

“Ultimately, the enormous outlays of economic resources plowed into Medicaid expansion likely could have been used in a variety of ways to better improve the economic well-being and health of Americans”

COVID Response Fails to Protect Nursing Home Residents

“States should never have ordered nursing homes to accept actively infected COVID-19 patients,”

New Federal Rules Liberate Virtual Medicine

The suspension of regulations in a variety of areas during the coronavirus pandemic has been good public policy.

Lockdowns Force Patients to Wait for Necessary Care

Elective surgeries are thought of by people as unnecessary, but that is not accurate, says Jeffrey Singer, M.D., a surgeon and a senior fellow at the Cato Institute.

Congress Expands Medicaid, Restricts State Cost-Cutting Measures

“The writing is on the wall: the Left's unfinished business from Obamacare is being finished during this COVID-19 pandemic.”

Telehealth Regulatory Relief Provides Health Care Lifeline

The suspension of regulations in a variety of areas during the coronavirus pandemic has been good public policy.

Indiana University-Bloomington Makes SAT/ACT Testing Optional for Admissions

IU-Bloomington joined the six other components in the IU System that have also elected to become test optional.

Indiana University-Bloomington Makes SAT/ACT Testing Optional for Admissions

IU-Bloomington joined the six other components in the IU System that have also elected to become test optional. Indiana University-Bloomington will no longer require SAT or ACT test scores for most admissions. IU-Bloomington joined the six...

New Strategy on Patient Health Data Targets Consumers

Before the Coronavirus pandemic took center stage, the Trump Administration began executing new rules for better production, use, and sharing of medical records.

Tyson Timbs’ Asset Forfeiture Case in District Court Following Indiana Supreme Court Decision

Tyson Timbs has been trying to recover a Land Rover seized by police in connection with his arrest for a drug offense in 2013.

Kelsey Hackem

Kelsey E. Hackem is a freelance writer based in Washington state. She has experience litigating cases to advance and protect property rights, taxpayer and entrepreneur rights, parental rights, and search and seizure at a non-profit law firm in Ohio. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her J.D. from Villanova University.

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Medicaid Decreases Life Expectancy, Report Finds

“Ultimately, the enormous outlays of economic resources plowed into Medicaid expansion likely could have been used in a variety of ways to better improve the economic well-being and health of Americans”

COVID Response Fails to Protect Nursing Home Residents

“States should never have ordered nursing homes to accept actively infected COVID-19 patients,”

New Federal Rules Liberate Virtual Medicine

The suspension of regulations in a variety of areas during the coronavirus pandemic has been good public policy.

Lockdowns Force Patients to Wait for Necessary Care

Elective surgeries are thought of by people as unnecessary, but that is not accurate, says Jeffrey Singer, M.D., a surgeon and a senior fellow at the Cato Institute.

Congress Expands Medicaid, Restricts State Cost-Cutting Measures

“The writing is on the wall: the Left's unfinished business from Obamacare is being finished during this COVID-19 pandemic.”

Telehealth Regulatory Relief Provides Health Care Lifeline

The suspension of regulations in a variety of areas during the coronavirus pandemic has been good public policy.

Indiana University-Bloomington Makes SAT/ACT Testing Optional for Admissions

IU-Bloomington joined the six other components in the IU System that have also elected to become test optional.

Indiana University-Bloomington Makes SAT/ACT Testing Optional for Admissions

IU-Bloomington joined the six other components in the IU System that have also elected to become test optional. Indiana University-Bloomington will no longer require SAT or...

New Strategy on Patient Health Data Targets Consumers

Before the Coronavirus pandemic took center stage, the Trump Administration began executing new rules for better production, use, and sharing of medical records.

Tyson Timbs’ Asset Forfeiture Case in District Court Following Indiana Supreme Court Decision

Tyson Timbs has been trying to recover a Land Rover seized by police in connection with his arrest for a drug offense in 2013.