Here’s a pretty good, short description of what our laws have done to health care:

On one hand, we enlarge the government’s role in providing health care, making more and more voters dependent on Washington.

On the other, we enact regulations and restrictions to keep driving the private insurance system off a cliff.

As they say, read the whole thing, from Holman Jenkins in today’s Wall Street Journal. It’s insightful and short.

Cross-posted from State House Call.


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