High insurance costs are a direct reflection of high medical costs. And it's higher today than 20 years for one reason
So the next time someone whines about the cost of medical care, remind them of how many people survive cancer, or severe burns, or quadruple bypass surgery. All treatments that didn't exist 50 years ago and are very, very expensive today.
Of which this POS bit of legislation doesn't address at all. Treatments we all have the right to have access to.
But it should be the responsibility of the INDIVIDUAL to figure out how to pay for it, not the government. Take up a collection, setup a payment plan, beg. I don't care. It's not my problem that someone I don't know can't take care of themselves. I help my friends, their friends can help them.