Wofford, Harris
February 1994
New Republic;2/7/94, Vol. 210 Issue 6, p19
Opposes health care reform legislation sponsored by U.S. Representative Jim Cooper. Basic goals of health care policy; Claim that Copper's bill will not achieve universal access to heath care; Problem with Cooper's proposal to reduce the rate of growth in Medicare and Medicaid; Questions raised on employer-sponsored payment of employees' health care premium.


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