1994 Clinton health reform legislation changed so many times...

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1994 Clinton health reform legislation changed so many times... - only last October that the president sent his...
only last October that the president sent his proposed legislation to Capitol Hill. Its format changed so many times in the ten months since that hardly anyone understood what was going on. The anti-crime bill, by contrast, had marinated in the legislative process for six years and was subjected to hearing after hearing. It addressed an issue that voters give a higher priority than health care, yet it barely squeaked through. Despite polls that show a majority of Lady Hillary Clinton, in fact, tried to shame Congress into doing just that. But it would be very expensive and result in either new taxes or increased deficits. The Democrats didn't want to go that route any more than the Republicans. Leading Senate health reform opponent Phil Gramm, R-Tex., confronted with charges of inequity and selfishness, contended contended his government health plan wasn't really a good deal after all. He claimed that he was as subject to marketplace forces as

Clipped from Logansport Pharos-Tribune24 Jun 1990, SunPage 57

Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Logansport, Indiana)24 Jun 1990, SunPage 57
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