Conservative groups fault healthcare agenda
Conservative groups are battling Democrats' proposed health-system overhaul with advertising campaigns contending that the changes could result in long waits for surgery and difficulty obtaining prescription drugs. Americans for Prosperity Foundation, a conservative advocacy organization, plans to launch a $1.7 million television-advertising campaign that negatively likens the U.S. healthcare system envisioned by lawmakers to Canada's publicly administered system.
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