How Health Care "Reform" Nearly Led To Lawsuit Nation

by Pejman Yousefzadeh on December 28, 2009


I have a column for the Heartland Institute on the subject. An excerpt:

One of the untold stories about the current debate over health care reform is how trial lawyers, through their representatives in Congress, attempted to dramatically expand the number of class action lawsuits in the United States. In this case, they were unsuccessful, but you can be certain they will try again.

That’s just the teaser. Read it all. And although the reference got edited out, note that the Big Mac analogy was courtesy of an e-mail from Dan McLaughlin, whose excellent blog can be found here.

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