Experts: Without Sufficient Subsidies, Health Care Reform Could Burden Millions | Talking Points Memo

For weeks now, the health care debate has largely centered around the public option and its political feasibility. But some policy experts are concerned that a separate shortcoming of the health care plans under consideration could be damaging to working- and middle-class people. It’s a substantive problem only gets worse if there’s no public option, and could become a political disaster for Democrats.

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