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01.11.10

Talking Equity: An Interview with Brian Smedley

By Lester Feder

Brian Smedley is vice president and director of the Health Policy Institute at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. The O’Neill Institute’s Lester Feder spoke with him about health reform and disparities in health-care access. Lester Feder: I wanted to start by asking you what you generally think of the health reform legislation […]

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09.27.09

CBS Covers Constitutionality Debate

By Nan Hunter

From CBS News: Is Mandatory Health Insurance Constitutional? In the last few days, a new argument has emerged in the debate over Democratic health care proposals: Are they constitutional? More precisely, can the federal government force Americans to buy health insurance? “Mandatory Insurance Is Unconstitutional” is the unapologetic title of an op-ed last week in […]

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