Final details of the health care reform bill are being hammered out

//Final details of the health care reform bill are being hammered out

Final details of the health care reform bill are being hammered out

Final details of the health care reform bill are being hammered out.  The plan appears to be that the Senate plan would provide affordability of insurance provisions for middle income.  The House bill would make health care affordable for lower income families.   The President has stated he does not want the cost to go over approximately $900 million.   The House bill would be more expensive.  Click play below to view a video from the Wall Street Journal.

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By | 2010-01-08T22:19:25+00:00 January 8th, 2010|health care reform|0 Comments

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