Health industry concerned about reform measures
Washington Post, October 9, 2009
The industry heavyweights President Obama neutralized through the summer are saying that the healthcare bills in Congress violate agreements they made with the White House, leave 25 million Americans uninsured, and have the potential to increase medical costs. One day after Democrats celebrated the news that a bill drafted in the Senate Finance Committee would not increase the deficit, the prospects for speedy enactment of landmark reform grew murkier.
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