Almost everybody has a story about health care. Whether it's the problems of getting our insurance companies to pay for clearly covered procedures, or getting denied for "pre-existing conditons" almost everybody has had to deal with the health care maze. So why is it that half of the populace is against health-care reform?
Seriously, everybody. Do half of you really believe that the staus quo is working? Really?
Health Care Reform
For more than 75 years, Democrats have dreamed of creating a comprehensive national health insurance program. With the election of President Obama, it appeared that they had the best chance in a generation to accomplish that goal. As drafting of the legislation began, the difficulties of what started as a pair of gargantuan tasks -- expanding coverage and reining in spiraling costs -- became ever more evident. . .
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