Put some teeth into the Affordable Care Act
from Post Bulletin
Jeff Hansel writes, "The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has no teeth. No, I don't mean it lacks sound building blocks for improved public health. Rather, the act doesn't put enough focus on dental health. I surely don't want to start health reform all over again, but I think dental health is important enough for both children and adults that it ought to get attention. Most reasonable people will agree suffering is something we would prefer not to experience. And most will agree tooth pain is awful."
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