November 2011
Modern Healthcare;11/7/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 45, p20
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The article presents various U.S. healthcare-related reports including one from "New York Times" discussing the effort of Democratic congressional leaders to reduce the federal deficit, one from "Wall Street Journal" mentioning the tracking poll released by the Kaiser Family Foundation on the Affordable Care Act, and one from "Des Moines (Iowa) Register" discussing the promise being made by Republican presidential candidates to voters as they push to repeal Obamacare.


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