Health Care Reform
The Debate over Cost, Quality, and CoverageBuy Full Issue$34.95
For nearly a century — starting with Teddy Roosevelt’s 1912 Bull Moose Party platform — progressives in the White House and Congress have sought to create a comprehensive national health insurance system.
In the face of numerous setbacks stemming from that time, Congress has taken an incremental approach, enacting programs to provide health security to certain segments of the population — Medicare and Medicaid for people older than 65 and the poor and disabled, the State Children’s Health Insurance Program for children of low-income parents, and laws to allow portability of health co…
In This Issue
The Debate Over Cost, Quality, and CoverageRead More
Major Provisions of the Affordable Health Care for America ActRead More
Milestones in Health Care ReformRead More
Recent Action on Health Care ReformRead More
Issues for DebateRead More
Pro & Con
Should the House Pass H.R. 3962, the Affordable Health Care for America Act?