The current Republican bill would solve exactly none of the current system’s problems, but would be quite effective if the goal were to make a flawed health care system far worse.
The current Republican bill would solve exactly none of the current system’s problems, but would be quite effective if the goal were to make a flawed health care system far worse. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
The current Republican bill would solve exactly none of the current system’s problems, but would be quite effective if the goal were to make a flawed health care system far worse. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

Editorial: When will the Senate really get to work on health care?

July 10, 2017 06:00 PM

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