The ‘Public Plan’ Delusion — Robert Samuelson

WASHINGTON – In the health care debate, the “public plan” is all things to all people. For supporters, it would discipline greedy private insurers and make health coverage affordable. For detractors, it’s a way station on the path to a single-payer insurance system of government-run health care. In reality, the public plan is mostly an exercise in political avoidance: It pretends to control costs and improve access to quality care when it doesn’t.

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