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Med.: Health Insurance #559493

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 30, 1988
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Forty million Americans noted having no health insurance Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: Keith Morrison) Problems of health care in American featured; details given, scenes shown from neonatal care unit in Los Angeles, California. [Harvard School of Public Health Robert BLENDON - cites health insurance woes.] The poor reported being frozen out of health care; details given of local insurance association in Boston, Massachusetts, Chinatown. [Tulsa, Oklahoma, chamber of commerce spokesperson Jerry ROTHLINE - discusses health care benefits.] [Tulsa busman. Steve O'NEILL - talks about city's incentive plan.] Flint, Michigan, plan explained. [In Eugene, OR, Dr. John KITSHOFER - hopes for adequate level of health care for people in OR.] Health care crisis reported barely surfacing as issue in campaign '88.

Morrison, Keith;
Utley, Garrick

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