Health reform standing front and center

June 2008
Employee Benefit News;Jun2008, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p1
The article reports that 2008 Democratic presidential candidates Senator Hillary Clinton of New York and Senator Barack Obama of Illinois have laid out health reform proposals that are largely similar. It is said that unlike Republican Senator John McCain, both Clinton and Obama have pegged universal coverage as their main platform. It is added that the two candidates support health information technology, personal health records, tax breaks and prohibiting insurers from denying coverage. INSET: Election year, troubled economy stymie health care reform.


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