Published October 6, 2016 | The Huffington Post
By Michael Z. Stahl
This election cycle’s spectacle has thus far left Americans with few answers pertaining to the future of health care in the United States. Most can agree that the Affordable Care Act could benefit from an adjustment or two, but candidates in each of the two major parties have yet to put forth clear, reasonable points of reform. It seems as though Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are too focused on spotlighting the general shortcomings of one another and not sufficiently so on specific points of reform on issues such as health care …
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