I like the health care reform law, known as the Accountable Care Act. Its laudable goals of insuring 30 million more Americans and reducing some of the most egregious insurance company abuses are big steps.
It is, however, a deeply flawed piece of legislation. You can't gut Medicare to pay for reform when the Baby Boomers are just starting to enter the Medicare program. And you surely can't rely heavily on low-and-slow paying Medicaid to cover many of the newly insured and expect to have enough doctors accepting those new patients.
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