Is a loved one uninsured? So are you

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By Laurence Kotlikoff
I met former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor shortly after she retired in 2006, years before Obamacare. We were both speakers at a conference in Washington, D.C. The justice, a person of extraordinary intellect, is generally exceptionally composed. That day she was upset. In her talk on health care, she repeatedly asked, “Why can’t a nation as great and prosperous as ours provide health care for all?”
Universal health care wasn’t a Republican issue, so this seemed an unusual question coming from a prominent Republican. During the break, I asked her if someone she knew was uninsured. She said her son. I asked why. She said he couldn’t afford insurance because his child (her grandchild) had a pre-existing condition.
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