A tearful Jimmy Kimmel turned his May 1 monologue into an emotional recounting about his newborn having open-heart surgery, which raises the philosophical questions that need to animate every debate over whether health care is a right that ought to be underwritten by government: Why should being born with any sort of defect raise your insurance costs all your life?
A tearful Jimmy Kimmel turned his May 1 monologue into an emotional recounting about his newborn having open-heart surgery, which raises the philosophical questions that need to animate every debate over whether health care is a right that ought to be underwritten by government: Why should being born with any sort of defect raise your insurance costs all your life? Randy Holmes ABC
A tearful Jimmy Kimmel turned his May 1 monologue into an emotional recounting about his newborn having open-heart surgery, which raises the philosophical questions that need to animate every debate over whether health care is a right that ought to be underwritten by government: Why should being born with any sort of defect raise your insurance costs all your life? Randy Holmes ABC

Jimmy Kimmel’s philosophy lesson on health care

May 03, 2017 05:00 PM

UPDATED May 03, 2017 04:40 PM

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