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The Health Care Choice Act: Eliminating Barriers to Personal Freedom and Market Competition
Heritage Foundation scholar Robert Moffitt reports on the Health Care Choice Act, which would allow consumers to purchase health insurance from across state lines, increasing competition and consumer choice.
The Health Care Choice Act would expand personal choice and create robust market competition across state lines within the individual health insurance market. It would make health insurance more affordable for millions of Americans and help individuals and families purchase plans that best comport with their wants, needs, and values. Moreover, the emergence of a national market for health plans would be a major step toward intensifying competition among doctors, hospitals, and other medical professionals, broadening consumer choice significantly.
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