It seems like the public option is going to be left out of the final version of the Senate health care bill in favor of some sort of nationally regulated not-for-profit private insurance option. Frankly, I think all insurance should be regulated at the federal level.
Anyway, I've previously been a bit too rash in saying goodbye to the public option, so maybe we should just wait and see how this turns out.
There could always be some last-minute changes . . . .
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