HeadLocke No. 102: Focusing on fixing private health insurance

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HeadLocke No. 102: Focusing on fixing private health insurance

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The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust health care policy back to the front pages. As millions of Americans lost their jobs, people found themselves lacking health insurance when they needed it. Many had a hard time purchasing an affordable insurance plan on the individual market. While some advocates argue that this is evidence of the need to move toward single-payer health care, Chris Pope pushes an alternative. Senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, Pope recently wrote in National Affairs about “Fixing Private Health Insurance.” He discusses key arguments from his essay with Mitch Kokai.

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