Daily Camera article: Health insurers’ “sins” don’t justify “reform”

The Daily Camera (Boulder) published a shorter version of my Pajamas Media article from a earlier this month:

With so-called health care “reform” in limbo after the Republican Senate victory in Massachusetts, it’s worth examining a popular sentiment behind it: animosity toward insurance companies. Namely, insurers` profits, denial of claims, and rescission of policies. These do not justify the Democrats` goal of increasing political control of health insurance. Rather, they call attention to lax law enforcement and existing legislation that favors insurers at the expense of patients.

Read the whole article, or the longer version with citations at Pajamas Media.


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