Protests outside AHIP Conference, San Diego

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Protests outside AHIP Conference, San Diego

Today while entering the AHIP conference we encountered demonstrators who want the health care industry to change. We intereviewed Kathy Rallings, an employe at California Techers Association. The people *inside* the conference were a bit more subdued in their approach, but we believe that both the demonstrators and those exhibiting inside the conference are interested in improving health care. See our blog and twitter enteries (www.twitter.com/marrigo) for a balance of perspectives from both groups.

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By | 2017-05-04T04:07:11+00:00 June 4th, 2009|AHIP, America's Health Insurance Plans, health care|0 Comments

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