Defining government’s role in healthcare
Los Angeles Times, December 14, 2007
At the beginning of 2007, the expectation was that the new Democratic-led Congress and President Bush would make some headway on healthcare for the uninsured and rising medical costs that are squeezing the middle class. Instead, the reached a stalemate. The failure to act underscores how hard the healthcare problem is to deal with.
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