From his stump speech soap box all the way to the oval office, President Obama has made it clear that quality affordable health care for all Americans is one of his top priorities.
Wednesday, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-OH, again made it clear that he stands behind that initiative. Congress is poised to pass a budget that includes funds for health care reform and Brown, along with 15 other United States senators, drafted and signed a letter encouraging congressional leaders to push for a public health plan.
During a conference call, Brown reiterated his support for a public health plan noting that it would save money in the long run, encourage Americans to seek preventative care and create a competitive market for private insurance.
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