Midterm voters control the future of health insurance
As the midterm elections approach, voters ought to take stock of the harm that has deliberately been done to an initiative that the U.S. badly needed.
By Bloomberg Editorial Board|August 09, 2018 at 09:58 AM
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Despite promising to repeal it, the Republican-led Congress has left the Affordable Care Act on the books. And despite the Trump administration’s efforts to undermine it, the law’s still working pretty well. Its future success, though, can’t be taken for granted.
As the midterm elections approach, and concerns over the health-care system grow, voters ought to take stock of the harm that has deliberately been done — piece by piece, with effects now and in future — to an initiative that the U.S. badly needed.
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