Florida representative urges doctors to oppose healthcare reform
Jacksonville Business Journal, April 8, 2009
U.S. Rep. Andrew Crenshaw (R-Fla.) advised Jacksonville physicians gathered for a town hall-style meeting to warn their patients about "rationing of healthcare" and other dire consequences of healthcare reform being debated in Washington, DC. Rep. Crenshaw said physicians are in a powerful position to sway opinion about healthcare reform. He urged local doctors to become more engaged in the public debate, and said they should be discussing their views with patients.
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