Money talks

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Author(s) The Philadelphia Inquirer editorial board
Source The Philadelphia Inquirer
Date March 14, 2010
Quotes-start.png "While industry officials contend their rates merely reflect the increasing prices charged by hospitals, doctors, and drug companies, there is a good counterargument that the insurers' healthy profit margins prove consumers are overpaying. What's more, insurance companies are known for denying coverage or pricing people with chronic illnesses out of the marketplace. That's why one of the strongest appeals of Obama's proposed reform is that it would set up national insurance exchanges where consumers could price-shop for health policies with guaranteed levels of coverage." Quotes-end.png

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