Rhetoric Cut on Health Care Reform

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Health care reform has ushered in a new era of debate across party lines. Insurance Business.org, a new website cuts through the political rhetoric and boils down the unbiased facts on health care even before it reaches the U.S. Supreme Court.

U.S. health care reform with all of its controversy has ushered in heated debate across party lines. Whether Americans should be forced to sign-up for a health care plan or be penalized for not doing so is setting off emotions all over the U.S. A new insurance website cuts through the political rhetoric to provide the straight unbiased facts on America’s battle to reform health care.

InsuranceBusiness.org offers a six part series on the changes that will occur under the current plan for employees, retirees, those who are unemployed and everyone else affected by health care reform, including students. In its present form, the new law could re-write the nation's health care industry, but it is expected to take years before challenges make it through the nation's courts, and end up before the U.S. Supreme Court before it is fully implemented, according to legal experts.

Businesses may have to offer health care coverage to employees that can’t afford to do so in these trying economic times. Business owners, employees new to the work force, uninsured, those changing jobs and workers without coverage could all be affected by changes in the new legislation, which is under attack by the Republican Party.

Insurance Business.org offers rare insight into the insurance industry and provides visitors a wide selection of ways to search for the best price and coverage possible on insurance of all kinds, including car insurance, health care, homeowners insurance and life insurance. As an independently produced website, the site’s publishers don't offer opinions, but provide unbiased information for the benefit of consumers at no cost or obligation.


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