Yuck, Yuck

Cohn, Jonathan
November 2000
New Republic;11/06/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 19, p23
Comments on the issue pertaining to the support of U.S. presidential candidate George W. Bush on the amendment of the bill proposed by Michigan Representative John Dingell and Georgia Representative Charlie Norwood. Concerns over the reform of various health maintenance organizations; Views of various politicians on the issue; Way of allowing the patients to sue several insurance companies; Criticisms of the media people on the campaign ability of public official Al Gore; Provisions of the bill.


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