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by GEORGE FLINN

Reforming health care is a tedious, but necessary effort. Hard choices will have to be made and it’s evident that Congress appears incapable of finding a solution to our health care debacle.

Healthcare reform seems to be dead, but there was a meaningful health care cost-related bill that passed the House this session — medical malpractice tort reform.

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