Why do you think Massachusetts’ health care reform (Chapter 58) passed almost unanimously, but the ACA was such a divisive political issue?
What are the shortcomings of Chapter 58? What does it do well?
How should liberal supporters of the ACA view GBIO’s socially active and morally tendentious arguments, given secular liberal qualms about religious arguments in public life?
In your opinion, how should we calculate a person’s or a family’s fair share contribution to the social good of health care?
Is it ethical for a government to impose an individual mandate on healthcare like the one found in the ACA?