Reason Writers Around Town: Shikha Dalmia on How Much Government Will Americans Tolerate in Their Medicine


Given the complete collapse of the government's defense of ObamaCare at the Supreme Court, with any luck, we'll have a majority on the bench willing to put the law out of its misery this summer. But what should we replace it with? Reason Foundation Senior Analyst examines the recent Reason-Rupe and other polls to see what Americans want in their health care. She concludes in her morning column at The Daily:

Americans are not dogmatically opposed to government intervention in health care markets. But their intuitions are more in line with advocates of consumer-based medicine who believe that the best way to control spiraling costs — the key to improving access — is to give patients more control over their medical dollars and inject a modicum of price sensitivity into our health care system.

Read the whole thing here.