Aiming to guarantee that almost every American is covered by a health care plan by 2019, the chairmen of the House Committees on Education and Labor, Ways and Means, and Energy and Commerce unveiled their discussion draft for health care reform.

The centerpiece of the plan, no doubt to the chagrin of health insurers, is the creation of a “public option” plan to compete with private insurance plans.

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