Commentary: Obama's public option on health care reform is dead
WASHINGTON -- The strangest aspect of the debate over a public option for health coverage is that the centrists who oppose it should actually love it.
It doesn't involve a government takeover of the health care system. The idea is that only consumers who wanted to enroll in a government-run health plan would do so. Anyone who preferred private insurance could get it.
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