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|quote="If the mess in Massachusetts isn't enough to sober Democratic leaders, then how about the assessment of Congress' chief budget analyst? On Thursday, Congressional Budget Office chief Douglas Elmendorf warned that the House Democratic health plan and similar measures still in Senate committees do not propose "the sort of fundamental changes" necessary to restrain the soaring costs of government health programs. Just the opposite: They make red-ink budget projections worse."
|quote="If the mess in Massachusetts isn't enough to sober Democratic leaders, then how about the assessment of Congress' chief budget analyst? On Thursday, Congressional Budget Office chief Douglas Elmendorf warned that the House Democratic health plan and similar measures still in Senate committees do not propose "the sort of fundamental changes" necessary to restrain the soaring costs of government health programs. Just the opposite: They make red-ink budget projections worse."
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{{Opinion|America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009|Act should be passed|against}}
{{Opinion|Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act|Act should be passed|against}}

Latest revision as of 14:33, March 11, 2010

This is an opinion item.

Author(s) Chicago Tribune editorial board
Source Chicago Tribune
Date July 21, 2009
URL http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/editorials/chi-0721edit1jul21,0,4218728.story
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Quotes-start.png "If the mess in Massachusetts isn't enough to sober Democratic leaders, then how about the assessment of Congress' chief budget analyst? On Thursday, Congressional Budget Office chief Douglas Elmendorf warned that the House Democratic health plan and similar measures still in Senate committees do not propose "the sort of fundamental changes" necessary to restrain the soaring costs of government health programs. Just the opposite: They make red-ink budget projections worse." Quotes-end.png


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This item argues against the position Act should be passed on the topic Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.