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Clinton and Democrats are Obstacles to Real Health Care Reform

WASHINGTON – February 26 – Green Party leaders called on Congress to reject health care reform plans that maintained corporate-based insurance and HMO coverage, and urged passage of a single-payer national health insurance program.

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  3. Here’s a different angle: I’ve just posted on the alternatives in the health-care insurance reform debate, assessing them with respect to federalism. That is, I suggest that we include an assessment of the likely impact on the system of governance itself. If you want to have a look, here is the link: http://euandus3.wordpress.com/2009/10/27/health-care-insurance-reform-a-spectrum-of-alternatives-with-respect-to-federalism/

    You might also be interested in this NYT article:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/27/health/policy/27health.html?_r=1&hp

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