Should Uncle Sam Pay to Repair Beaches? / A Physician's Perspective on Healthcare Reform
When you vacation at the beach, you're probably not thinking about how much it costs to maintain all those miles of white sand. But the federal government is spending a lot of money to repair coastlines damaged by increasingly destructive storms, and some critics question whether taxpayers should have to bear that burden. Bryan Russo dives into the debate with Theo Meyer of the nonprofit investigative journalism organization ProPublica. Then, we'll switch gears and talk about the Affordable Care Act, and how the looming changes coming under healthcare reform could change primary care in the U.S.