Fixing Health Care in the States

The Wall Street Journal has two articles about health insurance reform in other states. First, from Florida, where the state has enacted a law that will allow low-cost, mandate free insurance plans. In New Jersey, the focus is on a proposal to allow individuals to purchase insurance from other states (as New Jersey has some the highest costing plans in the nation).

The comparison for New Jersey is Pennsylvania, though as I have pointed out before, Pennsylvanians could benefit from a similar reform, to buy insurance from, for instance, Ohio sellers.