Health reform's agonizing endgame

Borger, Gloria; Friedman, Dorian
July 1994
U.S. News & World Report;7/4/94, Vol. 117 Issue 1, p30
Reports that after months of languishing, health reform's byzantine legislative process has finally taken on a life of its own. Though nothing is close to final, the frenzy behind closed doors makes one thing clear: This is the beginning of the endgame. Complexities of health care plans; Senate Minority Leader Bob Dole's internal conflicts on health care reform that mirror the largest division in his party; Internal division at the White House on how to proceed.


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