AMA opposes public insurance plan
The American Medical Association is letting Congress know that it will oppose creation of a government-sponsored insurance plan, which President Obama and many other Democrats see as an essential element of legislation to remake the healthcare system. The opposition, which comes as Obama prepares to address the powerful doctors' group on in Chicago, could be a major hurdle for advocates of a public insurance plan.
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