A Page From Hillary

You haven't heard much talk in Washington about a big fix for health care since Hillary Clinton's effort crashed in 1994 and almost took her husband's presidency with it. But the problem of rising costs and diminishing coverage hasn't gone away; it has got worse, to the point where some states now devote more of their budget to Medicaid than to education. Health fears always rank near the top of voter concerns.

So reform is back in a big way--only this time, the push is coming from the states. Massachusetts passed a program last year requiring nearly all its citizens to...

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