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Posted on Monday, March 29, 2010

By ROB KIEFNER | Letter to the editor | Concord (N.H.) Monitor
While the unholy and enigmatic alliances between lobbyists, insurance companies and their friends in Congress are responsible in large part for the unsettling vicissitudes of health care reform, Big Pharma must surely share in the blame game as well.


Posted on Monday, March 8, 2010

H. Dixon Turner, M.D. | Letter to the Editor | Portsmouth (N.H.) Herald
Like Sen. Judd Gregg, I also believe Congress needs to start over with its health care efforts — but for very different reasons.


Posted on Monday, February 1, 2010

By Barbara Power | Nashua (N.H.) Telegraph
Do you have reliable, affordable, high-quality health care, guaranteed for life? Do all of your children? Parents? Grandchildren? Friends and neighbors? If so, congratulations.


Posted on Thursday, January 14, 2010

By John R. Swartz | Letter to the editor | Concord (N.H.) Monitor
Republican strategist Bob Luntz wrote it's not what you say but what people hear. He was correct. I keep hearing the phrase, "government-run health care," which is purposely vague and undefined. However, it frightens people who think that they will be forced to leave their current doctor and report to a dull gray building where they will receive poor treatment from a government doctor who graduated at the bottom of the class.


Posted on Monday, January 11, 2010

Thomas Clairmont, MD | Letter to the Editor | The Telegraph (Nashua, NH)
The current health care bills should be rejected. With 45 million people uninsured, 45,000 deaths annually due to lack of insurance, and nearly a million medical bankruptcies a year, a four-year delay in medical reform is unacceptable. Medicare was in place eleven months after passage in 1965.


Posted on Monday, December 7, 2009

By ROB KIEFNER | Concord (N.H.) Monitor
Amid chaos, misinformation and misunderstanding, the health care reform bill was nudged through the House of Representatives by the narrowest of margins. By not letting the facts get in the way of their blustering arguments, wacky lawmakers from both sides of the aisle offered lots of hype and heft, at times bench pressing the actual 2,100-page document to underscore the strength of their positions.


Posted on Monday, August 24, 2009

By DR. THOMAS CLAIRMONT | New Hampshire Union Leader
Speaker Pelosi has pledged to hold a floor debate and vote on single-payer health reform this fall. This vote on an amendment to HR 3200 (the 1,000-plus page bill favored by the House leadership) would substitute the 27-page HR 676 as the new health care policy of the United States.