James Gelfand

Senior Manager of Health Policy, US Chamber of Commerce

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Senior Manager of Health Policy for the US Chamber of Commerce

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Three Democrats joined all 242 Republicans yesterday to pass what's officially called the  Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act .  Democrats who control the Senate have said…

What Next for Efforts to Repeal Healthcare?

Three Democrats joined all 242 Republicans yesterday to pass what's officially called the Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act .  Democrats who control the Senate have said…

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As promised during last year's campaign, House Republicans have voted unanimously to repeal the President's  healthcare reform .

Healthcare, the Congress and Presidential Politics

As promised during last year's campaign, House Republicans have voted unanimously to repeal the President's healthcare reform .

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President Obama  pitched healthcare reform  again today, this time to an audience of small business owners.  Meantime, Democratic leaders in the House unveiled  their compromise bill ,…

House Democrats Unveil Healthcare Bill, Including Public Option

President Obama pitched healthcare reform again today, this time to an audience of small business owners.  Meantime, Democratic leaders in the House unveiled their compromise bill ,…

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