This weekend was a big one for health care along the campaign trail: Senator Clinton in New Hampshire getting asked lots of questions, Governor Romney on television talking about the issue of mandates in health care, and Senator Obama and former Senator Edwards sparring over their health care proposals.
It’s good that there’s talk, but it is also time for action. After the Children’s Health Insurance Program was vetoed again last week, it begs the question about how serious politicians are about actually doing something when it comes to health care. Guess the season for determining that is upon us.
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