Change Is Obamacare's Only Certainty
I said in my last post that our newly implemented health-care law "is undoubtedly going to change in the near future, in ways that will make it more or less stable than it is now." To see what I mean, take the individual mandate. When the administration announced that it was delaying the individual mandate for folks whose insurance had been canceled, Yuval Levin wrote:
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