The governor pointed out that many healthy people would choose relatively modest levels of coverage. That’s because, well, it’s often the smart thing for healthy people to do. Trouble is, that leaves people who are less healthy in insurance markets ruled by the ACA — and the governor is worried that premiums will rise for them. He’s probably right. But does that mean healthy people should be banned from making the wisest possible health insurance choices for themselves and their families?
"The contrast couldn’t be more clear. Republicans want Virginians and all Americans to be able to buy the insurance they want and need at a reasonable price. Democrats in Virginia remain committed to making people buy health insurance they don’t need or want. Republicans think families know best what insurance they need to buy. Democrats think government knows best. Vote accordingly.” — Garren Shipley, RNC spokesman
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