Slate magazine has been so kind to put up a mega links site, with reviews of each, on tracking health care reform.
If you're like me, you gave up on the insanity, are waiting for some bill to at least gel, then go online and read it. You then pray it doesn't change, butchered further by lobbyists, so you can voice your opinion to your representatives to vote yes or no.
If you dare, Kaiser has a spreadsheet of all of the major bills and their features. Of course this is subject to change.
No wonder this topic is a lobbyist pig fest. Who can figure this out to even discover if one of these is a good bill or not?
Slate singles out The Treatment, which for EP readers, you might like. Plenty of stats and graphs.
Another is the Health Care Economist. He dares to add equations into this witches brew.
If you get an epiphany from all of the reading, please come back and share with the rest of the class.