James Capretta and Yuval Levin of the American Enterprise Institute in the Wall Street Journal:
Champions ofwant Americans to believe that the president’s re-election ended the battle over the law. It did no such thing. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act won’t be fully repealed while Barack Obama is in office, but the administration is heavily dependent on the states for its implementation. …
Talk of the law’s inevitability is intended to pressure these governors into implementing it on the administration’s behalf. But states still have two key choices to make that together will put them in the driver’s seat: whether to create state health-insurance exchanges, and whether to expand. They should say “no” to both.
Read the whole article: James Capretta and Yuval Levin: Why ObamaCare Is Still No Sure Thing – WSJ.com.
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