Not to say it wasn't a mess before but health care reform in the aftermath of Scott Brown's Senate victory in Massachusetts is in an even bigger mess. Prior to that election it appeared that the passage of health care reform and the expansion of health care coverage was a certainty even though it was unclear what the reforms would be how much it would cost and who would pay. Now that support for such legislation is increasingly waning the discussion is turning into taking an omnibus piece of legislation and passing it in pieces. Many of those . . .
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