Poll: Americans want healthcare bill, but not the cost
Most Americans say it's important to overhaul healthcare this year, a USA Today/Gallup Poll finds, but they are less enthusiastic about some of the proposals to pay for it. And while a majority say controlling costs should be the legislation's top goal, more than nine in 10 oppose limits on getting whatever tests or treatments they and their doctors think are necessary.
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