Report: Obama’s health plan may help more uninsured
Reuters/Yahoo News, October 2, 2008
An analysis of the two approaches to reforming the U.S. healthcare system offered by John McCain and Barack Obama suggests Obama's plan has the best chance of making healthcare more affordable, accessible, efficient, and higher in quality. According to the Commonwealth Fund report, Democrat Obama's plan would cover 34 million of the nation's projected 67 million uninsured people in 10 years, compared with just 2 million covered under Republican John McCain's plan.
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