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Wyden-Hatch law

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Government Accountability Office will create a "Citizens' Health Care Working Group" to poll Americans - via town hall meeting and online surveys - "about whether they believe the current health care system and health care spending should be reformed, and if so, how," Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) announce Dec. 9. The "Wyden-Hatch 'Health Care that Works for All Americans' Law" was ratified by President Bush Dec. 8 as part of the omnibus appropriations bill (HR 4818). Following release of the working groups' findings in 2005, Congress will hold hearings on the results. Hatch and Wyden plan to introduce addition legislation based on the conclusions...
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