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Prioritizing Health Care: Reform Gains Early Momentum

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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Health care reform advocates think the stars are aligned for a major push toward universal coverage under President-elect Barack Obama. They aren’t about to let the free-falling economy get in the way.

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