Inside the Debate on Healthcare

 /  Sept. 30, 2013, 12:39 p.m.


While the Affordable Care Act passed years ago, this summer of pre-implementation brought with it heated debate, and now icy stalemate.  With just hours left before the opening of the new healthcare exchanges, we highlight five top reads from the last couple weeks covering healthcare policy and the evolving financial fight over Obamacare:

Yuval Levin, Where are Health Costs Headed? National Review

Johnathan Cohn, Obamacare Is About to Go Live. Here's Why It Was Worth the Wait. The New Republic

 Avik Roy, Double Down: Obamacare Will Increase Avg. Individual-Market Insurance Premiums By 99% For Men, 62% For Women, Forbes

 Jon Hancock, Lessons from the Obamacare Data Dump, Kaiser Health News

 Sarah Kliff, How the White House thinks about Obamacare’s launch, Washington Post

 Top-picks contributed by Angela LaScala-Gruenewald (EIC), Anna Stapleton (Contributing Writer) and Eric Wessan (Opinion Editor).

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Anna Stapleton


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