Michael Tanner

Director of Health and Welfare Studies, Cato Institute

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Director of Health and Welfare Studies at the libertarian Cato Institute

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The Senate's  healthcare reform bill  is finally a 2000-page, $848-billion reality, including the public option, with an allowance for states to opt out.

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While  Hillary Clinton  and the  rest of the candidates  are debating healthcare reform, President Bush and the Congress are at odds over a current program that's about to expire.

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