AFP Foundation-Mississippi Releases New Report Finding Certificate of Need Laws Leave Patients, Veterans, and Rural Communities Underserved

New AFPF-MS report highlights how CoN laws protect health care monopolies JACKSON, MS—Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Mississippi (AFPF-MS) released a new report highlighting the state’s costly Certificate of Need (CoN) laws that act as an unnecessary barrier for health care providers to treat patients across the Magnolia State. The report is the latest in AFPF’s “Permission to Care“ series analyzing CoN’s…

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Permission to Care: How Tennessee’s Certificate of Need Law Harms Patients and Stifles Health Care Innovation  

Nashville, TN – Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF), today, released a report revealing that Tennessee’s certificate of need (CON) law, over the last two decades, has denied $1.5 billion in new investment in the health care industry, adversely affecting patients in the Volunteer State. AFPF urges the elimination or substantial reduction of Tennessee’s CON program.…

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