(2) lower health care premiums through increased competition and choice; (3) preserve a patient’s ability to keep his or her health plan if he or she likes it; (4) provide people with pre-existing conditions access to affordable health coverage; (5) reform the medical liability system to reduce unnecessary and wasteful health care spending; (6) increase the number of insured Americans;

This is all exactly what the Affordable Care Act does or will do: It provides an exchange for people without employer health insurance or who were previously uninsurable due to pre-existing conditions, allows those with employer health insurance to keep their plan, establishes modest pilot programs to deal with malpractice reform and increases the number of people with health insurance thanks to the individual mandate and more affordable coverage. #

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