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Speaking and Debating About Health Care Reform

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Speaking and Debating About Health Care Reform

The US health care system faces two significant pressures. Critical Issues Costs. While there is a debate about the cause of rising health care costs, there is no debate that health care costs are increasing. As noted by the Economist on September 2, “In America, nearly one in every five dollars spent is on health care, a larger share than in any other country.” Kimberly Amadeo, July 25, 2017, Why

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Health Care Debate Bibliography

General GOP splintered on Obamacare after Pence meeting The surgeon extracting government from medicine  Tom Price’s radically conservative vision for American health care Speed limits ahead for ending Obamacare  Governors plan very active role in Obamacare rewrite Feds fall further in debt with Obamacare insurers Any changes to Affordable Care Act will move slowly Why Obamacare could be Trump’s undoing

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Should the US government require its citizens to have health care?

Related: General health care bibliography The U.S. government should not require its citizens to have health insurance. The March Public Forum resolution once again (we’ve had many Public Forum and Lincoln-Douglas topics on the issue of health care) introduces the question of the role of the government in providing health care. This time, the focus of question is on whether or not the government should or should not require citizens