Yes, folks. It’s important:
Without health care reform, health insurance premiums could almost double by 2020, according to a report by the Commonwealth Fund, a 90-year-old non-profit health care charity.
Reform is hardly a handout to insurance companies. A public option ensures price control via competition. Special interests do NOT want that to happen. The American people support reform with a public option overwhelmingly. The only question is which interests will Congress bend to? Special interests are bearing down hard. Time for public interest to bear down harder.
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