Health Care Reform: Small Business Owners

Thursday, August 27, 2009

As part of our week-long series of health care roundtables, we’re talking with small business owners about how they want to see reform take shape. Small businesses employ about half of all American workers but only 62 percent of these businesses provide heath insurance. We speak to John Costin, who lives in Kennebunk, Maine and owns Veneer Services Unlimited; Dan Sherry from Barrington, Illinois, who runs two small businesses with his wife; and ReShonda Young from Waterloo, Iowa, who runs the family business, 'Alpha Express.'

Click here to access the other round tables in this series

Guests:

John Costin, Dan Sherry and ReShonda Young

Hosted by:

Femi Oke

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