The Health Policy Debate: Options for Reform

Policy Backgrounders | Health

No. 131
Thursday, July 07, 1994
by NCPA

Both the Congress and the American people seem to have already rejected President Clinton's health reform blueprint. A large bloc of voters, perhaps a majority, is vehemently opposed to the plan. Many others are confused or skeptical. In Congress, staunch supporters of the president's proposal are rare. The key congressional committees are all considering variations or alternatives. If any health reform plan passes this year, it will be quite different from what the president originally proposed.

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