Democrats open to idea of forming health co-op
Wall Street Journal, July 10, 2009
Senate Democratic leaders appeared open to establishing a non-government cooperative as part of a U.S. healthcare overhaul. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Sen. Charles Schumer said they were amenable to considering a cooperative to compete with private insurers as part of the effort to reduce the country's healthcare costs and expand coverage to uninsured Americans.
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