To the Editor: Public option needed
Written by Mark W. Scherer   
Monday, 12 October 2009 08:21
Congressional plans for mandating health insurance must include a "non-profit" option. Government cannot require its citizens to fill the pockets of insurance giants who then use millions of dollars for lobbying. Whatever form the "public option" takes, it must be available to individuals and small businesses.
Mark W. Scherer
Bowling Green

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