War on Reform

New Law Faces Legal, Political Attacks


Since passage in 2010, health care reform has been under constant assault by lawsuits and Republican politicians on the state and federal levels. So far, proponents and opponents are locked in stalemate.


Health Care Reform Defensive Medicine Medicare Advantage Federal Judge Interstate Commerce 
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