Americans deserve to make their own decisions about their health and healthcare.

Health is essential to productive citizenship. We’re pushing policies that provide our most vulnerable communities with the care they need.

But we can do better. Our scholarship points the way to a more prosperous future.


The Impact of Abortion on the Black Community

This report seeks to examine the issue of abortion in the hope that Congress and state legislatures investigate the physical, legal, cultural, and economic harm abortion has caused to our nation – including the Black community. We also urge Congress and the states to take the initiative to protect unborn children of all races to the maximum extent possible, especially as the courts release legislatures from outdated and erroneous legal precedents.

The Center for Urban Renewal and Education is a policy and research center that seeks free-market solutions to provide education, employment, healthcare, and the opportunity for black families to grow and their communities to flourish.


Federal regulations on prescription drugs increase costs and reduce patient choice in healthcare.

Source: Goldwater Institute, “How States Can Promote Healthcare Access and Affordability while Enhancing Patient Autonomy,” November 2020


83% of Americans believe that the cost of medical treatments make quality care unaffordable.

Source: Pew Research Center, FactTank, July 9, 2018


In the face of COVID-19, unnecessary medical regulation reduced hospitals’ ability to serve and treat patients.

Source: Professor W. B. Allen, Cure America with Star Parker, July 2020 (from his work in the hospital industry)

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