Cindi Ross Scoppe

March 3, 2013 12:00 AM

Scoppe: Tackling root causes of our bad health

I ALWAYS thought the huge flaw of Obamacare was that it didn’t do nearly enough to encourage prevention, which is the only way to improve our health while reducing our medical costs. Little did I realize the perverse power of anti-Obamaism. It turns out that Obamacare is already making South Carolina healthier. Or at least it’s about to, if all the Republicans’ initiatives to counter it here take hold.

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