jpete wrote:The provision, which went into effect January 1, restricts choices for consumers and increases paperwork for doctors. Together these consequences may create higher and unnecessary health care costs.
Oh, piffle! We don't like folks to buy whisky with their food stamp money. Why would we want them to buy dangerous junk "medicine" and useless "supplements" with a tax-subsidized HSA? Talk about unwarranted government subsidies, that would be one!