Debate nears on plans for affordable healthcare policies in Michigan
Detroit Free Press, May 15, 2009
Michigan residents without health insurance would have a chance to buy an affordable health policy under measures introduced by Sen. Tom George. The legislation sets the stage for a debate about what to do about rising health insurance costs and Michigan's growing number of uninsured people. One in 11 state residents has no health coverage.
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