The Public Interest

Getting the health care debate right

Andrew Stark

Spring 2003

ONE question lies at the core of the ongoing debate over how to configure public health insurance for non-elderly Americans. It is a question that arises every time legislators consider budgets for Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). The same question looms whenever a state that sponsors its own public insurance program has to wrestle with financing issues. 

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