Well, it looks like the medical care bill is a done deal, buying the votes of senators who had held out. Now for the aftermath: a health care plan administered by people who have no problem denying claims, since they can't be taken to court for not living up to their contracts.
Think I'm exaggerating? Check out the denial of claims rates for Medicare, the other government program.
Note that the report conveniently allows you to compare them to some private insurers, whose rates are generally lower (they, after all, can be sued by disgruntled policyholders).