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Health Care / Oregon Plan #158213

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 09, 1995
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Promise from President Clinton to veto any budget plan cutting health care for the poor noted.

(Portland: Karla Davis) The health care plan in the state of Oregon examined; details given of the ranking of medical services into what is covered and what is not covered so that more people could be included in the state's universal health care plan. [Former welfare recipient Lila MOORE - talk about the changes.] [Health services commission Dr. Paul KIRK - talks about prioritizing services.] Statistics on the apparent success of the health care plan outlined on screen. [Oregon Association of Hospitals Ken RUTLEDGE, Governor John KITZHABER, Oregon Advocacy Center Janna STARR - comment.]

Brown, Aaron;
Davis, Karla

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