BREAKING: Sarah Palin offers her heatlh care plan

November 2013
Moderate Voice;11/11/2013, p3
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The author reflects on views expressed by the former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin on her views on alternate plans for the U.S. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The author mentions that Palin was speaking at the "The Today Show" television program. She criticized the administration of President Barack Obama and said that they won't allow the Republicans to initiate a free market, patient-centric, doctor-patient relationship links to improve the health care services in the country.


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