These are from Heritage:
Haislmaier: Since the Obamacare subsidy extension for three more years will have no effect on premiums, or on the number of people with health insurance, it will transfer $64 billion into the pockets of the insurers at taxpayer expense.
Moffitt: Private sector competition in the market for Medicare prescription drug coverage is working much better than anyone expected; CBO: replacing that system with price controls will result in fewer drugs, fewer cures and fewer lives saved.
Badger: Letting the Obamacare subsidies expire not only would save money, there would be no loss of Americans with individual health insurance coverage.
Schaefer: Using the VA system as a guide, if Medicare imposes drug price controls seniors should expect less access to critical drugs and treatments than they have today.