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Brendan Williams went from being a disillusioned three-term Democratic state legislator to witnessing Affordable Care Act implementation up-close as a state regulator. The culmination of decades of progressive aspiration, the ACA was compromised in a futile effort to win Republican support – and further compromised in its state and federal implementation. Those compromises Brendan Williams went from being a disillusioned three-term Democratic state legislator to witnessing Affordable Care Act implementation up-close as a state regulator. The culmination of decades of progressive aspiration, the ACA was compromised in a futile effort to win Republican support – and further compromised in its state and federal implementation. Those compromises, and revolving-door temptation for policymakers, have contributed to the law’s enduring unpopularity, challenges, and legal vulnerability. This book examines the process that has contributed to the ACA’s uncertain future. Kirkus Reviews writes that "for those who want a detailed investigation into the internal machinations of the ACA, this is a well-documented assessment." Dozens of columns by Williams, most often on care for those with disabilities, have been published in ten print newspapers, as well as online media. This title is presently being revised to account for the most recent developments.


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Brendan Williams went from being a disillusioned three-term Democratic state legislator to witnessing Affordable Care Act implementation up-close as a state regulator. The culmination of decades of progressive aspiration, the ACA was compromised in a futile effort to win Republican support – and further compromised in its state and federal implementation. Those compromises Brendan Williams went from being a disillusioned three-term Democratic state legislator to witnessing Affordable Care Act implementation up-close as a state regulator. The culmination of decades of progressive aspiration, the ACA was compromised in a futile effort to win Republican support – and further compromised in its state and federal implementation. Those compromises, and revolving-door temptation for policymakers, have contributed to the law’s enduring unpopularity, challenges, and legal vulnerability. This book examines the process that has contributed to the ACA’s uncertain future. Kirkus Reviews writes that "for those who want a detailed investigation into the internal machinations of the ACA, this is a well-documented assessment." Dozens of columns by Williams, most often on care for those with disabilities, have been published in ten print newspapers, as well as online media. This title is presently being revised to account for the most recent developments.

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