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Healthcare reform: Universal Access to poor and rural Americans (Part 3)
Washington Times

The lack of access to the best of our health care by certain classes of people, defined by their geographical location or financial status is well known. This is a separate problem from the other items on the agenda. We have government programs to feed the hungry; to provide health care for the elderly; to protect the innocent. We can provide health care access to the poor and the rural. We can also do better than the COBRA coverage for those who lose their jobs, or those who are excluded because of pre-existing conditions.