Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Bill Bradley still a straight shooter

In Sunday's New York Times former Sen. Bill Bradley, one of my favorite basketball players ever, offered what reads to me like a big part of the solution to the health care stalemate that seems so much in the air today. Here it is a nutshell:
The bipartisan trade-off in a viable health care bill is obvious: Combine universal coverage with malpractice tort reform in health care.
Click here to read Bradley's sensible and reasonable suggestion, "Tax Reform’s Lesson for Health Care Reform."

1 comment:

James Young said...

That's a pretty nonsensical "solution," since government-controlled rationing will inevitably be immune from legal challenge.