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Effects of a Public Option on Health Insurance Costs and Coverage   [open html - 0B]

From the Webpage: "A public option for health care--that is, a government-sponsored health insurance plan with publicly determined provider payment rates--is attracting growing interest in policy circles. Multiple public option proposals have been introduced in Congress, and at least 18 states have considered legislation for some form of public option. Washington is the first state to adopt a plan to create a public option in its health insurance Marketplace. In addition, several Democratic presidential candidates in the 2020 election season proposed public option plans."

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2020
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