As Barack Obama's historic victory sinks in, ACP's health policy guru Bob Doherty is optimistic about the chances for meaningful health care reform. An excerpt from his post earlier today on ACP's new advocacy blog:
"Some observers speculate that an Obama administration will back away from health care reform, because it costs too much, the deficit is too high, and there are too many competing priorities. I disagree: President Obama and the congressional leadership will not allow their best chance in a generation to achieve lasting health care reform to pass them by."
Read the full post for details. Do you agree with his assessment of what the 2008 election means for health care reform?