U.S. Sen. Rolland Burris (D-Ill.) supports health care legislation that lets states opt out of a government-run health insurance plan (aka “public option”). Or does he?
Cross-posted from State House Call.
The Chicago Tribune says that Burris might–or might not–support such an idea.
The Burris story illustrates one factor that determines where health reform goes–will single-payer advocates be happy with four-fifths of a loaf, or will they vote it down because it doesn’t give them even more?