Health care reform a difficult issue for next president

Whoever the next President of the United States is, he clearly will face major problems when it comes to reforming health care. After all, health care reform has been attempted numerous times in the past with little success, and now we have economic problems that not only make it more difficult to reform our health care system, but also more important that some kind of reform occurs in the first place. Article

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