- Posted: 9:11 AM, July 11, 2012
But of course, the opposite is the case.
Take John C. Goodman's "Health Contract with America" and his ideas about health-insurance portability, for example.
"Workers want and need portable insurance that would follow them from job to job and while out of the labor market. But misguided federal laws prevent almost every state in the union from allowing employers to help their workers obtain portable insurance. Scrapping those laws should be a high priority for reformers in Congress. “If health insurance were portable the problem of pre-existing conditions would rarely arise,” Goodman writes.
Goodman's is but one analysis among many that deserve a hearing on Capitol Hill.