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A “Clinical” Approach To Healthcare

By Rebekah Chodoff Kuschmider

A few weeks ago my worthy compatriot DJ commented that he is the only one who’s been providing written commentary here on this website and that the rest of us are – and I quote – lazy slobs. I am writing this to prove that I am not lazy. Whether or not I am a slob is a different debate for a different day.

On last week’s podcast, Kevin asked me and DJ what we would do to fix Obamacare. We talked a lot about the aspects of Obamacare that deal with insurance costs, who bears those costs, and how we can better spread the costs around. That has become the cause celebre of healthcare discussions in America since 2009: who can have insurance and who will pay for it.

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Episode 97 of “The More Perfect Union” podcast covers the prospects of TrumpCare in the senate, the president’s executive order on religious freedom and his upcoming visit to The Vatican, the Jordan Edwards shooting, the fallout from Steven Colbert’s controversial monologue, and why Mika “hearts” Morning Joe.

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