Health Reform And Truth-Telling

Taylor Jr., Stuart
September 2009
National Journal;9/26/2009, p16
The author focuses on the issue of health reform in the U.S. He cites the increasing problem of many citizens not having insurance when they need it most. The focus of the plan of President Barack Obama on health care is said to be slowing the growth of health care cost. He notes that Obama has criticized insurance companies for dropping the coverage of patients when they get sick and for refusing to pay the full cost of care.


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