Atrocious Gephardt bill must be defeated

August 1994
Human Events;8/12/94, Vol. 50 Issue 31, p7
Criticizes the health care reform bill proposed by House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt. Retention of President Bill Clinton's principles of health care; Commitment to ideological welfare state expansionism; Mandatory state health alliances; Constraints on the middle class.


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