Who's in good hands?

Dentzer, Susan
September 1993
U.S. News & World Report;9/20/93, Vol. 115 Issue 11, p24
Focuses on President Bill Clinton's proposed health reform plan, the American Health Security Act. Various elements of the plan that have leaked out; Features which have already come under attack; How Clinton has been caught in the crossfire of competing political realities; Sharp limits on private health insurance premiums; Results of `U.S. News' poll on American attitudes. INSETS: The new standard benefits package.;Types of plans.;Financing package.;Points of controversy.


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