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Marin health experts say health care reform bill won’t stop the bleeding
Contra Costa Times - Richard Halstead

Marin residents knowledgeable about health care reacted with skepticism Thursday to the Senate’s passage of a heath care reform bill. Some see the bill, which must be reconciled with a similar bill adopted earlier by the House of Representatives, as a necessary first step toward broader health care reform. Others, on both ends of the political spectrum, say the bill is so flawed that it should be scrapped.