Health Care's Champions Of Change

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From http://www.forbes.com 4860 days ago
Made Hot by: on January 17, 2008 7:25 pm
Small-business lobbyists on both sides of the aisle will do their best to keep health care reform near the top of the next president's agenda. The difference, it seems, in this election: They are looking to compromise.

Both sides have come a long way since 1993, when the United States' largest small-business lobbying group, the National Federation of Independent Business, now with 350,000 members, played a key role in quashing the Clintons' health care plan. This time around, though, both the right-leaning NFIB and the more moderate National Small Business Association (60,000 members) say they're willing to put the task of fixing a broken U.S. health care system ahead of partisan politics.

- by Maureen Farrell

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Written by TerryJackson
4859 days ago

We may get compromise, but I'm afraid we're a long way from a real solution. That will take a fundamental change in the health care system and no one is willing to do that until it's too late, and probably not even then.



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