The question of health care reform has troubled brokers and agents for some time; at first, it was a question of whether it would pass. Then, on March 23, 2010, it was a question of what would happen next.

For Greg Scandlen, the answer is clear. Consumer-driven health care is the answer to what he calls "the worst piece of legislation ever enacted in the United States," a statement which met with great applause during Scandlen's keynote speech Tuesday.

Scandlen is the founder and director of Consumers for Health Care Choices, a national nonprofit organization that aims to help consumers preserve individual freedom and the quality of care in America's health care system. In his speech yesterday, he minced no words on his distaste for the new reform law.

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