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750 Leaders Issue Letter – Affordability critical to health reform

Led by the national consumer groups Community Catalyst, Families USA, and others, 750 national, state and local leaders called on Congress today to take the best of the House and Senate health reform bills to craft a compromise that makes affordable premiums a priority.

Full release and letter to President Obama and Congress.

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  2. IBXer

    January 8, 2010 at 9:56 am

    This isn’t news…

    This is a group of socialist organizations demanding socialist legislation…

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