Healthcare reform's moment arrives, again
Five months after President Obama's inauguration, healthcare dominates the domestic agenda. Any package that emerges could bring sweeping changes, requiring that everyone be insured, creating a government health plan to compete with commercial carriers, and perhaps taxing employer-provided health benefits. But students of history realize we are only now entering the riskiest phase, when real details begin to generate real opposition, according to this New York Times article.
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