John C. Goodman

President, National Center for Policy Analysis

Guest

Founder and President of the National Center for Policy Analysis, a conservative nonprofit think-tank based in Dallas; advisor to John McCain's presidential campaign on healthcare policy

John C. Goodman on KCRW

President Obama held a  news conference  tonight, and tomorrow he'll go back on the road with his campaign for health care reform.

Does Healthcare Reform Face an Endless Summer?

President Obama held a news conference tonight, and tomorrow he'll go back on the road with his campaign for health care reform.

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Barack Obama is staking his first term as President on achieving  healthcare reform .

Does Healthcare Reform Face an Endless Summer?

Barack Obama is staking his first term as President on achieving healthcare reform .

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A California doctor gets $24 to spend a half hour with a  Medicaid  patient, less than it costs to keep the lights on in his office.

What's Left of the Promise of Healthcare for the Elderly and Poor?

A California doctor gets $24 to spend a half hour with a Medicaid patient, less than it costs to keep the lights on in his office.

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