State Based Health Care Reform: Mass. v. Mizzou

There are two very divergent paths states can take in health care reform.

Massachusettes took the route of mandates to buy health insurance, higher taxes and subisidies, and more state regulation. The Cato Institute looks at The Good the Bad and the Ugly of RomneyCare one year out.

Missouri, on the other hand, has gone the other route – giving individuals and employers more options, making coverage more portable, avoiding regulation and mandates, with the goal of making health coverage more affordable. Greg Scandlen blogs on the “Show Us” state.