SPOTLIGHT: HHS head backs public health insurance plan

Among private health insurers, the idea of a publicly-available health insurance plan is poison, as they fear it will prove to be their replacement someday. But HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius doesn't share their reservations. She says that a new plan would benefit consumers by increasing competition markets with few health plan choices, and putting a lid on costs. Article

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