Health Care Reform: Lessons from the Past, Lessons for the Future

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 36 (4):725-727 (2008)
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Health care reform is a perennial issue in elections — partly because of the challenges facing health care and especially because health care is an important issue for the swing voters. Making reform happen is harder. There are deep divisions within each of the parties — not apparent during elections. Bipartisan support — and the willingness to accept the best legislation that can be passed as “good enough”— will be key
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