Stan Brock

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Stan Brock on KCRW

In the  first of three days of arguments , the US Supreme Court made pretty clear today that it will rule on the constitutionality of President Obama's  Affordable Care Act .

The Affordable Care Act and America's Uninsured

In the first of three days of arguments , the US Supreme Court made pretty clear today that it will rule on the constitutionality of President Obama's Affordable Care Act .

from Which Way, L.A.?

The US Supreme Court today began an almost unprecedented  three days of hearings  on President Obama's  Affordable Care Act .

SCOTUS Reviews Healthcare: Day One

The US Supreme Court today began an almost unprecedented three days of hearings on President Obama's Affordable Care Act .

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As a bush pilot in the Amazon Basin, Stan Brock first saw the suffering of people without access to medical services.

LA's Continuing Medical Crisis

As a bush pilot in the Amazon Basin, Stan Brock first saw the suffering of people without access to medical services.

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