The critical question when it comes to health care reform is how to pay for it. The White House has been trumpeting new deals - everyone from insurance companies and drug makers to major hospital associations have promised to cut costs and provide savings to the government. So what do they expect in return? And who ultimately gets the bill?
There’s been talk of taxing employer-provided health benefits. And in the latest twist, Democrats in Congress are talking about a new tax on the “rich” to pay for the overhaul. Will these ideas fly?
We want to know what you think – in your opinion, what is the biggest obstacle to passing health care reform legislation?