Challenge to health bill: Selling reform
Current healthcare reform bills under consideration would expand the number of insured, but 90% of voters already have insurance. Congressional leaders say the bills would cut costs, but experts point out that covering the uninsured would cost billions. So the New York Times notes that the typical person watching is left wondering: What will this project mean for me, besides possibly higher taxes?
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