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Fixing U.S. Health Care: Can States Step Up Where Washington Has Failed?

The midterm elections may have focused extensively on health care, but the results have done little to clarify where health care reform is headed. “The future of U.S. health care reform is muddier now than at any point in the past two decades,” write researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health, University College London, and the Milbank Memorial Fund in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine. That leaves states to fill the vacuum, they suggest — and so they surveyed state legislators serving on committees related to health, asking them to rank their policy priorities. (Yuval Rosenberg, Fiscal Times)

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