President Obama: Health Care Reform Urgent, Indisputable

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

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Monday, July 20, 2009

President Barack Obama says it is time for the country to take action on his proposed health care overhaul because "we've talked this problem to death."

The president said that out-of-pocket costs for Americans are spiraling while health insurance companies have reaped record profits. He alosaid families are spending more for less care.

President Obama visited a children's hospital Monday and spoke with doctors and nurses about the shortcomings of the health care system. He said hey are forced to work in a system that favors drug companies and insurance companies, not care.

The president said the need for change is urgent and indisputable. He says those who oppose him want to preserve the status quo. He says changing the system is more important than politics or his personal reputation.


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