As Congress bickers all the way to the end of the calendar year, a bipartisan agreement on reforming Medicare is quietly impressing health care experts. Republican Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan and Democratic Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden are pushing the framework for a plan that would bring competition to firms vying to insure older Americans but also give seniors the option of sticking with traditional Medicare. So why is this the most promising plan we’ve seen in a long time? Will it get any traction in an election year? And would it be sustainable? We ask Grace-Marie Turner of the Galen Institute. She also tells us about her testimony before Congress last week that detailed the growing worries of small businesses over the Obama care care laws.