Judis, John B.
April 1996
New Republic;4/29/96, Vol. 214 Issue 18, p10
Comments on the bipartisan healthcare bill sponsored by U.S. Senators Nancy Kassebaum and Edward Kennedy in 1996. Argument against the provision of the bill that guarantees the right of employees who leave their job to buy and individual policy; Flaws in the healthcare bills passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives; Effort of Kassebaum and Kennedy to gain the support of the Independent Insurance Agents of America.


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