Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Wednesday's Reading

I don't know if you read any of this, but at least I have proof that I read several papers every morning before I swim at 6 am!!!

Today's highlights:

The NY Times has an interesting piece on how health reform is upsetting the status quo -- a good thing.

Politico says that, although the health reform law contains strict prohibitions on the use of federal funds to pay for abortion, that's not good enough for some anti-abortion activists.

And Tom Daschle says that the reform law is still vulnerable (is this news?).

Some say Mitt Romney needs to apologize for his role in health care reform as Governor of Massachusetts if he wants to run for President in 2012.

Actually, it's a light news day in the health area today, following the last two very busy days. But check back later for afternoon updates, if there are any. And have a great day! Jennifer

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