SPOTLIGHT: Healthcare costs could jump 35 percent by 2019 without reform

By now, it seems pretty likely that some kind of dog-eared, battered version of health reform will make it out of Congress and into the president's hands. That being said, though, what would happen if Congress never passed any major reform? According to new research by the Urban Institute, the results would be little short of disastrous, with health costs climbing 35 percent by 2019. Article

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