In the battle over health reform, do not miss the real story
As Members of Congress returned to their home districts for the August recess, the politicking over healthcare reform found a new gear, writes Sg2 Chairman and CEO Michael Sachs. In about 12 weeks we will know more about where health reform is headed, Sachs says, but it seems increasingly unlikely that Congress will marshal the political support and budgetary math to pass a reform bill that dramatically expands coverage.
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