Frum argues that "Obamacare could ban abortion." His thoughts on the bill more broadly:

Small employers can now escape the obligation to provide health care for their employees by paying an 8% payroll tax. Many small employers will seize that offer. Their employees will have to go shopping for themselves in a very complicated and confusing marketplace. Many will opt for the seeming security of the government-run plan. Over time, the public option will grow, setting private insurance on the road to extinction – or at best to a tightly regulated new role as the health equivalent of public utilities. The big decisions will be made in Washington; the insurers will comply.

At any rate, that’s the House leadership’s hope: not a single payer, exactly, but a single administrator.

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