This isn't about the free market.
False. It is removing arbitrary restrictions on business. This is about the free market.
If you dramatically increase the number of different health insurance plans that any given office is expected to be able to handle ...
Irrelevant. Not my problem. We are freeing the market. Adapt or die.
You are forcing them to ...
Anything you say next is false. I am forcing nothing. Neither is the government. If they are forced to do anything, it is by free market forces.
Who is it a good thing for
Everyone, except for those relying on government to protect their interests against the reasonable interests of others, and I have no sympathy for such people.
Could you go further off topic if you tried?
I didn't go off-topic at all.
There are no federal regulations preventing the sale of insurance from state A in state B
So? I wonder why you think you're making a point.
indeed what the conservatives are looking to do with their proposal is to usurp the state right to refuse plans
I do not recognize the "right" of any government to ban the sale of a legal product or service.
Furthermore that idea will increase the cost of delivering health care.
Even if that is true -- it's not -- it's irrelevant.
This is not a huge issue for me: while it is absolutely clear that laws restricting the sale of legal goods and services are stupid and harmful, it would have far less of an impact on freeing of the health market than much more sensible and broad legislation: to remove the business subsidies for health insurance, and replace it with an individual income tax credit, which will necessarily have the effect of driving down -- massively -- the cost of care and insurance.