President Stamps His Imprint on 'ObamaCare'

Remmers, Jerry
February 2010
Moderate Voice;2/22/2010, p12
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The article presents the author's views concerning the proposal of U.S. President Barack Obama on a legislative package about the health care reform. He notes that his proposal has significant difference with the bills passed by the House and Senate. He mentions that the so-called ObamaCare plan will connect the gap between the bills in the Congress and it will also avoid the debate about the essential elements in both bills.


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