Efforts to reform health care in the United States are legendary and date back, by some estimates, to the early 1900s. All of the major overhaul proposals have met the same fate: death. In almost every instance, the demise of the plans has been due to the sheer complexity of the issue and weight of the opposition, including the restaurant industry.But there is a difference between this effort and the footnoted efforts in the history books. This is not to say the reform bill is a certainty, ...

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