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On the Third Hand: Patient rights

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One econ major. Three (or more) opinions.
One econ major. Three (or more) opinions.

Some of my biases are that the idea of trying to help more people pay for health care is nice; that most of the people trying to implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) are lovely, hard-working folks who mean well; and that PPACA itself will probably turn out to be riddled with neon, fire-breathing, psychic worms of the like that no mortal can imagine.

Every law has good things in it and bad things in it, and PPACA will be no exception.

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