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Fact checking Bill Clinton's speech and other Democrats at the convention in
Indeed, government actuaries in June published an article in Health Affairs predicting health-care costs would begin to spike as the health-care law was implemented. “For 2011 through 2021, national health spending is projected to grow at an average …
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On Health Care, Clinton Skirts the Facts
Comments. 0. Former president Bill Clinton did a deep dive into policy last night during his keynote address to the Democratic National Convention, but he plays fast and loose with crucial facts on health care. A few highlights: First, both Governor …
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Health care reform: Risk of playing the odds
The federal health care reform act is the law of the land for the foreseeable future. Delaying action on implementing its key …. Here are a couple of facts and an all-too-real life story that bear on our state's choices. Fact: Georgia is conspicuous …
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Fact-checkers find few flaws in Clinton's healthcare claims
Bill Clinton's long, detailed arguments on healthcare are mostly holding up under scrutiny from the cottage industry of political fact-checkers. Healthcare was a big part of Clinton's policy-laden speech Wednesday night at the Democratic convention in …
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Fact check: Bill Clinton's claims
The facts: Interestingly, Clinton frames this more accurately than Obama. The Department of Health and Human Services in June reported that more than 3 million young adults would not have health insurance without the health-care law. Obama prefers to …
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On Health Care, Clinton Skirts the Facts
Comments. 0. Former president Bill Clinton did a deep dive into policy last night during his keynote address to the Democratic National Convention, but he plays fast and loose with crucial facts on health care. A few highlights: First, both Governor …
Read more on National Review Online (blog)

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