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Nobody wins when bureaucrats make health care decisions instead of patients

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What is called "health insurance" in the U.S. is not insurance. People buy insurance to protect themselves against unlikely but costly risks, like having a car accident. The purpose of purchasing automobile insurance is not to pay for routine maintenance costs; the purpose is to pay the huge costs that could arise if there is a car accident. As opposed to covering true health risks (the costs...

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