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Medicine: Health Care Reform / Paperwork / Florida Insurance Program #595210

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 17, 1993
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Minneapolis: Jim Miklaszewski) Hillary Clinton's campaigning to sell health care reform featured; scenes shown from her stop in Minneapolis, Minnesota. [Hillary CLINTON, self-employed painter Robert JOHNSON, Senator Paul WELLSTONE - comment on aspects of the plan.] [With President Clinton, Children's National Medical Center Michelle MAHAN - talks about paperwork.] The growing frustration with people wanting to know about the details of the plan and how they would be affected noted.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Daytona Beach, Florida: Kenley Jones) Pilot program in Florida to provide low-cost insurance to low-income families in the school system featured; scenes shown from Volusia County, Florida. [Kid's mother Joan BAKER, Florida health care plan Dr. David WILLIAMS, kid's father Brent ZABLO - talk about the insurance program.] Side benefits from the program detailed.

Brokaw, Tom;
Jones, Kenley;
Miklaszewski, Jim

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