Nevada’s Democratic senators discuss healthcare
San Francisco Chronicle, September 17, 2008
Nevada's Democratic state senators have announced their agenda for the 2009 Legislature will include a plan to reduce the number of children with no health insurance. Senate Minority Leader Steven Horsford said the Senate Democrats also want to mandate coverage of autism by insurance companies and improve consumer access to health records. Also on the agenda is a plan to help employees of small businesses get insurance.
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