The Cincinnati Post

October 2007
Hill;10/5/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 117, p14
The author reflects on the decision of U.S. President George W. Bush to veto the child health insurance bill that provide health insurance to low-income children. He assesses that the president has presided over the largest increase in spending and the creation of the largest government entitlement since the Great Society. The author states that the vetoed legislation is expected to expand a program that subsidizes health insurance for low-income children.


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