Health care remained a hot topic of discussion in 2005 both nationally and locally as costs continued to rise and the number of uninsured in America soared to 48 million. Fifty percent of all bankruptcy filings were the result of medical bills, according to the National Coalition on Health Care. The coalition also reported that health care spending reached $1.7 trillion this year in the United States.
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