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Many anxious about future of health care
The Desert Sun

For Walt Norwood, general manager of Magik Glass and Door of Palm Springs, the health care reform law that President Barack Obama signed in March might be a way for his small business to keep providing insurance for his 30 employees. “We’ve had 20 percent increases on premiums year over year,” Norwood said. “We’re looking at killing health care in our company.”

For Fred Deharo of Borrego Community Health Foundation, it could mean more primary care doctors and physician assistants for the group’s community clinics in Cathedral City, Coachella and Oasis.