We Asked, You Answered: Got Health Care?

You might have health insurance, but do you have health care? There is a difference.

Friday, September 25, 2009

As the political parties (and lobbyists, natch) debate health reform, real people are stuck in the middle. Over the weeks (and months) that the health care debate has gone on (and on), we've heard from our listeners who have health insurance but don't have the actual care they need. What's the difference? We listen to their stories of what it means to be (sort of) covered.

Contributors:

Leo Duran

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