Clinton plan sparks frenzy

Youngman, Sam; Young, Jeffrey
September 2007
Hill;9/18/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 106, p1
The article reports on the criticisms to the healthcare plan of presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton in the U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama states that the real key to passing any healthcare reform is the ability to gather together in an open process that builds a broad consensus for change. According to Karen Ignagni of America's Health Insurance Plans, some of the divisive rhetoric plan of Clinton seems reminiscent of 1993.


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