States take practical path on exchanges When the Affordable Care Act was debated in Congress, the House of Representatives wanted one federal exchange and as much federal control of state insurance markets as possible. The Senate wanted state insurance exchanges and state flexibility to tailor market rules to local market conditions. You can read the [...]
Introduction: Despite the ongoing attempts of House Republicans to kill President Obama’s health-care reform law, the history of America’s intense debate over ratifying the Constitution should make us optimistic about the law being accepted, improved, and implemented. “Battle Over Health Care Reform: Vital Lessons from America’s Founding Fathers,” Christian Science Monitor, February 24, 2011. Click [...]
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