Merrill Matthews

Director of the Council for Affordable Health Insurance

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Director of the Council for Affordable Health Insurance, an association of insurance carriers based in Washington, DC that lobbies for market-oriented solutions to health issues; past president of the Health Economics Roundtable for the National Association for Business Economics

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Last Friday, President Bush told House Speaker Nancy Pelosi he still plans to veto expansion of the  State Children's Health Insurance Program , despite overwhelming approval in…

The White House Confronts Congress over Domestic Spending

Last Friday, President Bush told House Speaker Nancy Pelosi he still plans to veto expansion of the State Children's Health Insurance Program , despite overwhelming approval in…

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