Health-care bill wouldn’t bring real reform

If I were a senator, I would not vote for the current health-care bill. Any measure that expands private insurers’ monopoly over health care and transfers millions of taxpayer dollars to private corporations is not real health-care reform. Real reform would insert competition into insurance markets, force insurers to cut unnecessary administrative expenses and spend health-care dollars caring for people. Real reform would significantly lower costs, improve the delivery of health care and give all Americans a meaningful choice of coverage. The current Senate bill accomplishes none of these.

Health-care bill wouldn’t bring real reform – washingtonpost.com

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Joliet,Will County

2 responses to “Health-care bill wouldn’t bring real reform”

  1. econometrician says :

    I could not agree more that real reform would introduce real competition into the insurance market, such as repealing laws that forbid folks buying insurance across state lines. As it is, congress has given us a great taxpayer-funded giveaway to the insurers. — http://econometrician.wordpress.com/2009/12/26/the-great-health-care-insurance-givaway/

  2. kyle says :

    the whole key to reform is competition. competition lowers costs and improves the quality of the work. this is true in all businesses and will work in the health care industry.

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