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.