John Graham

Pacific Research Institute

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Director of Health Care Studies at the Pacific Research Institute, a free-market think-tank headquartered in San Francisco

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One year ago today, President Obama signed his  healthcare reform bill , which had passed without a single Republican vote in the House or the Senate.

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