Can we afford health care reform?

Check out this Washington Post piece by Simon Johnson and James Kwak discussing how we can look at affording health care reform.
They give us two ways to grapple with what health care reform would mean for us economically. Obviously this means a lot for those of us struggling during the recession - looking at the country as a whole, and looking at it from the perspective of the federal government is important.
So is health care reform fiscally responsible for this country? Read it and find out.

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