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Posted on 12/6/2007 by | Archived Contributor | Comments

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San Francisco Chronicle: Health reform must make sure care cost and quality are made public

That is why AARP, Pacific Business Group on Health and Consumers Union, along with other consumer, purchaser and labor organizations, are working hard to make sure a final health care reform plan includes requirements that information on health care cost and quality is collected and made public.

CBS News: On Health Care, Dems More Alike Than Apart

Clinton, Obama And Edwards Spar Over Who Has The Best Plan, But Details May Not Make A Difference.

Wall Street Journal: Work & Family Mailbox

Taking better care of yourself could not only help you feel better, but prevent damage to your own health. Research shows the strain of caring for a spouse elevates the caregiver’s risk of death 63% above average levels.

Associated Press: Bush Mortgage Plan Includes Rate Freeze

The Bush administration has hammered out an agreement with industry to freeze interest rates for certain subprime mortgages for five years in an effort to combat a soaring tide of foreclosures, congressional aides said Wednesday.

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