Health incentives or major overhaul?
San Jose Mercury News/Miami Herald, December 27, 2007
As the presidential primaries approach, here are three lessons for voters trying to evaluate the candidates' healthcare proposals: Don't pay too much attention to differences among each party's candidates, look for profound differences between Democratic and Republican approaches to health reform, and don't get too attached to any one proposal. The nominees' plans will certainly change heading into the final election--and then again after the inauguration.
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