Monday, January 16, 2006

Maryland Health Care

Well, Maryland has pushed through, over the Governor's veto, the bill requiring large retailers (although in effect, only Wal-Mart) to chip in a bit more for the States health care costs. See this in the NYT. Some (see Jonathan Cohn) are arguing that this is better politics than policy. I'm not so sure that it isn't good at both. I certainly hope that it indicates some new movement on the health care front. It is also interesting to see that Ehrlich's position is somewhat weakening.

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At 6:52 PM, Anonymous Blue Cross of California said...

Interesting to hear of the veto on Marylands health care system.


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