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  • END WITH A PEN: President Obama signs the health care reform bill Tuesday, saying, "Today, after almost a century of trying; today, after over a year of debate; today, after all the votes have been tallied, health insurance becomes law in the United States of America." (Associated Press)

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  • "But the president hasn't tried," say National Review contributors James C. Capretta, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and Tevi Troy, a senior fellow at Hudson Institute.

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  • As James C. Capretta of the Ethics and Public Policy Center explained in Thursday testimony to the House Budget Committee, the structure of government subsidies for Medicare, Medicaid and (through the tax code) extravagant employer-provided health insurance is responsible for causing health care costs to skyrocket.

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