Massachusetts has been a model of health reform (reform Scott Brown endorsed). Its 2006 plan, a compromise between Republicans and Democrats, has improved access to care while keeping costs well within projections. That’s the real lesson of the recent Senate vote.
The Eight Americas
Universal medical insurance isn’t the golden ticket to universally improved health, warn researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health.
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