Six Senators Drafting Healthcare Bill with Insurance Cooperative Instead of Public Option

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Created by Larry Greenley
Created on 31 July 2009

Six senators on the Senate Finance Committee are drafting a compromise bill which includes a health care insurance cooperative (instead of a government-run insurance plan) that will insure 95 percent of Americans by 2015, which they believe will help get a healthcare reform bill passed by Congress this year. (This is a video of a news report on July 29, 2009.) Go to the News Center on this website (JBS.org) and search for the closely related news blog, Reject Health Care Cooperatives -- Trojan Horse for the Public Option.

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