Support for Health Reform Slips, But Remains Popular

A new survey by the Boston Globe and the Harvard School of Public Health shows statewide support for health insurance reform has decreased over the past year, but is still favored by most residents. The poll also found opposition to the overhaul has increased slightly. Does this mean national health care reform is still politically viable? See the Globe story here.

This program aired on September 28, 2009. The audio for this program is not available.


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