If common ground exists between supporters and opponents of the controversial health care bill passed this month in Maryland and those already under discussion in other states, it's that something ought to be done about spiraling health care costs. And though they disagree strongly what that "something" ought to be, they admit the bill itself isn't quite enough. In a statement denouncing the Maryland state legislature's override of a veto on the so-called "Fair Share Health Care" act, ...
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