CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 09, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Washington: Rita Braver) Decision by the Supreme Court allowing self-insured companies to cut off catastrophic health care for its employees featured. [American Medical Association chairman Dr. Raymond SCALETTAR - comments.] Case involving John McGann, whose employer, H&H Music, dropped its coverage when he got AIDS, recalled. [November 19, 1991, H&H attorney Mark HUVARD - comments.] [Whitman-Walker AIDS clinic Jim GRAHAM - says decision will allow employers to escape medical costs.] [Self-insurance industry spokesman George PANTOS - comments.]
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