Health Care: Change for the Worse

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Since the Affordable Care Act first was introduced in Congress in 2009, supporters have defined the debate in terms of being for everyone having health care or being against it. Now that the implementation of the act has unleashed legions of unintended consequences, it has become apparent that change for change's sake often ends up being worse than what existed before. It's time to move the debate away from the ideological game of class warfare and "greedy business owners" to that of the bona fide economic and employment impact of the Affordable Care Act.

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Washington 2 Winfield 0
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