Institute for Public Accuracy

  • 09:01:43 pm on September 9, 2009 | 0

    Overall, it sounds like little has changed from his original plan, except a couple of additional sops to the Republicans, including tax credits instead of subsidies, and the attack on lawyers (medical malpractice) which is of course one of the myths about health care costs. The tax credits issue seems to me to be a huge concession. How does a one time tax credit help you with the massive costs of premiums, especially with the recent projection that premiums are expected to go up another 94% in the next decade.

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