IRT Health Insurance Crisis

IRT Health Insurance Crisis - Competition Policy, and...

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Chirayu Patel IRT 101 September 23, 2008 EBSCO Academic Search Premier Kinney, E., & Steinmetz, S. (1994, 1994 Fall). Notes from the insurance underground: how the chronically ill cope. Journal Of Health Politics, Policy And Law , 19 (3), 633-642. Retrieved September 23, 2008, from MEDLINE database. Proquest Newspaper Peter Nicholas, Bob Drogin. (2008, September 23). CAMPAIGN '08: RACE FOR THE WHITE HOUSE; Jabs over economy continue; Obama emphasizes oversight of Wall Street; McCain says his rival lacks a plan. Los Angeles Times, p. A.12. Retrieved September 23, 2008, from Los Angeles Times database. (Document ID: 1559501521). CQ Researcher database Clemmitt, M. (2007, March 30). Universal coverage. CQ Researcher , 17 , 265-288. Retrieved September 23, 2008, from CQ Researcher Online, http://0- library.cqpress.com.helin.uri.edu:80/cqresearcher/cqresrre2007033000. HELIN catalog United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Antitrust,
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Unformatted text preview: Competition Policy, and Consumer Rights Washington: U.S. G.P.O. : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 2004 Website Article Falcone Michael. (2008 September, 22). The Ad Campaign: Banking Deregulation and McCains Health Plan. The New Times, P.1 Summary: The article talks about the election in different departments. In sense of health insurance crisis John McCain wants to do the same to our health care. He promotes letting Americans buy health insurance across state lines, drawing a parallel to the relaxation of rules governing the banking industry. While the Obama campaign is linking the ability to buy insurance across state lines to banking deregulation, the changes that allowed banks to operate across state lines were viewed by many as having benefited consumers by encouraging competition, and those changes have not been linked to the current crisis....
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