The Courts may shut down the Affordable Care Act leaving us healthcare deprived…
A quote from the column:
There’s the rub. Health care is anything but a “private product.” The system is replete with cross-subsidies from hospitals, taxpayers and the already insured. There is no law requiring a car dealer to give you a new Lexus if you just walk onto the lot that compares to the statute requiring hospitals to treat you if you show up. We consider health care a largely public good, but we don’t pay for it that way. That’s foolish.
Read the whole column HERE.
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Posted on May 12, 2011, in Business, campaign, Congress, Corporations, Economics, election, Finance, government, Health Care, Legal, News, Opinion, Politics, President Obama, primaries, Taxes, vote and tagged Attorney General of Virginia, E.J.Dionne, Health Care, Insurance, Ken Cuccinelli, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, United States, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.