by Kai Stinchcombe
Because adding the public option keep prices down, liberal democrats want a plan that covers more people and is cheaper for consumers. Moving towards the center increases the costs for consumers without increasing coverage.
by Ross Raffin
Healthcare is, without question, one of the most complex topics in domestic policy. True reform cannot be encapsulated in slogans about change or existential terrorist threats. However, destruction of reform is quite easily encapsulated in slogans.
The four page Republican proposal outlines three main goals: making healthcare more affordable, making it more available and accessible, and promoting healthy lifestyles and higher quality care.
by Rebecca Greene
Democrats earnestly launched into numerous town halls to get in touch with the public, but paid lobbyists are aggressively shouting congress Democrats down and filling the evening news with images of ‘boiling public outrage.’
by Adetola Lawal
Health-care firms and their lobbyists spend $1.4 million a day between January and March of this year, so there is bound to be resistance in the legislature regardless of the merits of the Democrat’s plan.