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_creationDateNovember 26, 2013 8:26:32 PM
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AuthorThomas Miller Abby McCloskey
SourceThe Wall Street Journal
DateNovember 26, 2013
URLhttp://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303653004579213841747969928
QuoteThe only apparent bright spot is that the average annual rate of health-care spending increases has slowed. Over the past three years, growth in health-care spending averaged 3.9% year-over-year, considerably slower than the historical average. However, annual health-spending growth rates began to decline a decade ago. In 2002, health-care spending grew by nearly 10% in a single year. The growth rate dropped to 7.1% in 2004, 6.2% in 2007, and bottomed out at 3.9% in 2009—the worst year of the Great Recession, where it has stayed ever since. ObamaCare was enacted in 2010.
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The Next ObamaCare Mirage by Thomas Miller, Abby McCloskey (The Wall Street Journal, November 26, 2013) (view)

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TopicPatient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Position_fragmentAct should not have been passed
PositionPatient Protection and Affordable Care Act / Act should not have been passed
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Act should not have been passed

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