Jeffrey Young on Health Care

Earlier this year Donté Stallworth and three other former and current NFL football players spent three days lobbying Congress
Deductibles keep getting bigger, and costs are still growing faster than paychecks.
Progressives demand answers about why the insurer really left the health insurance exchanges after its merger with Humana met resistance.
Voters think Hillary Clinton and the Democrats would do better on health care.
The era of historically low spending growth is over, but the bad old days aren't back.
A government-run program to compete with private insurers is part of Hillary Clinton's agenda, too.
Charging tobacco users more just makes them stay uninsured, Yale researchers say.
Get health insurance from your job? You can ignore the "rate shock" hype.
About two and a half trillion dollars less, to be exact.