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[important]This post initially appeared on GraniteRG.com, but is moved here to improve efficiency in managing online content.Click the attachment below for the full report. Click on items on the right for other articles in the healthcare reform series.[/important]
It has been a century since the last Senate held a vote on Christmas Eve. The $871 billion healthcare reform bill is historic in more way than one. Why then does an advocate for comprehensive reform oppose this piece of legislation?
This paper offers some answers to that question.
Original Date: December 24, 2009.
Revised Date: December 25, 2009.
Category: Domestic Policy.
Length: 4 pages.
Reference No.: GRG-HCR20091224-R2.
For full report, click here.
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