Opinion: Romney Wrong To Attack Health Reform Law
In a Sacramento Bee opinion piece, Angelo DeSantis -- professor at UC-Davis' School of Law -- writes that the federal health reform law "is packed with provisions that reduce costs, expand coverage, and improve quality and efficiency," but it also is "vulnerable to baseless, platitudinous attacks," such as those made by former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R). DeSantis continues, "Romney did the right thing in 2006 in enacting health care reform as governor of Massachusetts. He's flat wrong now to call for the repeal of the national health care reform."
- "Viewpoints: Health Care Reform Stands Up to Scrutiny" (DeSantis, Sacramento Bee, 5/20).