Around 20 years ago, Bill Clinton's Health Care Plan was ousted. The year before a task force was set up and led by Hillary Clinton to come up with a comprehensive plan for all Americans. The bill was a complex proposal of over a 1,000 pages and its core ideal was to have employers provide health care insurance to their employees through competitive but regulated Health Management Organizations (HMOs). Conservatives and health insurance companies complained that the plan was heavily bureaucratic and restrictive of patient choice. By the summer of 1994, the proposal was fully shut down.