Health Care Reform Trade-Off
The focus of the article is the mandate that every American has a form of health insurance coverage. ”One of the most popular provision of federal health care reform hinges on the most provisions. One requires health insurers to cover people with pre-existing health problems. The other requires almost everyone to buy health insurance or pay a fine.” The connection is one example of the trade offs in health care reform and Americans conflicting views on them. Health coverage is a very difficult issue because of the high demand of insurance, the President mandate that everyone in the country has some type of coverage and company willing to lay off employees to cut the insurance cost.
The article depicts that with the rising cost of insurance that more co...