Thomas MuchaOctober 9, 2009 06:29Updated May 30, 2010 13:10
BOSTON — Health care reform was the main event in Washington, D.C., again this week.
With good reason: the fate of America's troubled system will no doubt affect the $14 trillion U.S. economy for good or ill, depending on how the drama plays out.
Moreover what happens in the U.S., which produces more than 20 percent of global economic output, matters greatly to the economies of the rest of the world.
So, yes, play close attention to the health care debate and all the politics behind it.