The New Republic: The Worst Case For Health Reform

January 21, 2011 in Affordable Health Insurance, Employer Sponsored Plans, Health Care, Health Care Costs, Health Care Reform, Health Insurance Reform, Individual Health Insurance

The New Republic: The Worst Case For Health Reform

by Jonathan Cohn
January 20, 2011
Jonathan Cohn is a senior editor at The New Republic and a senior fellow at Demos

Steven Hyder, 40, runs his own legal practice out of a shared office in downtown Monroe, Michigan, a blue-collar town south of Detroit. Mostly he handles relatively routine, low-profile work: bankruptcies, personal injury claims, that sort of thing. But recently, he became part of a much bigger case. He’s a named plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act….

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