As the debate in Congress gets down to the lick-log it is quite evident that the insurance and pharmaceutical industries have worked hard to protect their turf and have shown no real concern for the millions of American citizens who have no health insurance. Neither do these powerful industries care about the unreasonably high costs of health care in this country. At the outset of this debate, I felt that the two objectives for real reform had to be availability of health insurance and reducing health care costs for all Americans. But those priorities haven’t registered with the lobbyists for these two powerful special interests. The Senate and House have passed separate bills that will be worked out in a conference committee. Hopefully, the final health care bill that goes to the President for his signature will be real health care reform, and not just a bill that benefits the insurance industry and big Parma. If that happens it will be a tremendous accomplishment for the President and Congress.
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