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Since Nov.6 we've heard a lot about who should be Speaker of the House, who should be committee chairpersons, investigations of Trump and cabinet members. Not so much about "pre-existing conditions, infrastructure bank, or immigration. Seems the folks in power continue to be interested in one thing: more power. Shame on us for falling for

Biggest Hurdle Standing in the Way of Obamacare Reform

The people who are coming to town halls have a point. Their justifiable anxiety (some of it sparked by politicians and the news media) stands in the way of a down-payment on reforming Obamacare in short run and reforming our health care delivery system in the medium to long term. These vocal town hall participants are part of the 1 percent of the USA population that incur 23 percent of the cost of health care in the United States. Here's how we can help these people without raising insurance premiums for the other 95 percent!