Sebelius Blames Healthcare System Problems on Insurance Industry


Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has a good op-ed piece in today’s Washington Post. The topic is health care reform, and Secretary Sebelius points out that the major opposition to reform is coming from health insurance companies that are making big money under the current system and want no changes at all. But the current system is broken. We have to change it, and the federal government is the only entity with the power to do that. I disagree with some of the proposals being floated now, but I do realize the need for change. Here are some brief excerpts from the editorial....

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