Healthcare is likely to remain a hot topic over the next few years.  Congress has already taken a big step towards universal coverage by passing SCHIP expansion (here’s a refresher for why we think that was a bad move) and more reform proposals are likely to come forward in the near future.  As we work to reform the healthcare system in America, I hope that Congress will look to the private sector for inspiration, rather than bull-headedly marching down the path to government-provided healthcare.  Wal-Mart, as the Washington Post points out today, is a “leader in the effort to provide affordable care without bankrupting employers, their workers or taxpayers in the process.”  Check out the story here.