|By Chris Kardish, Governing|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
"There's a continuum in discussions of health care," Sanders says. "On one end, there's the drive toward a single-payer model. On the other end is a consumer-focused, individualized care system that provides more choices, more flexibility, and is transparent in terms of price and quality."
It is the latter end of the continuum that Sanders wants to build in
In other words, blue states, for example, could decide if they'd like to create a public option for the insurance exchanges that would otherwise be dominated by private or nonprofit players.
The waiver, which also provides for states to make changes to
McDonough points to
The lack of specificity from
No matter what it does,
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