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In Depth (Massachusetts / Health Insurance) #871644

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 29, 2007
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(Boston: Brian Williams) Presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama shown in Iowa City, where he outlined his plan for national health care reform.

(Boston: Rehema Ellis) The Massachusetts program requiring health care coverage for everyone in the state examined; scenes shown of Governor Mitt Romney signing the mandatory health coverage bill in 2006; map shown of states considering health care reform. [Residents Gabriel FIELD‡, Sandy O’BRIEN‡- offer views.] [Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Jon KINGSDALE†- outlines improvements to the plan.] [Pacific Research Institute CEO Sally PIPES†- criticizes the cost to taxpayers.]

Williams, Brian;
Ellis, Rehema

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