Consensus emerging on universal healthcare
After decades of failed efforts to reshape the nation’s healthcare system, a consensus appears to be emerging about how to achieve the elusive goal of providing medical insurance to all Americans. The answer, say leading groups of businesses, hospitals, doctors, labor unions and insurance companies, is unprecedented government intervention to create a system of universal protection.
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