Rural areas can't afford health care bill's repeal
In an opinion piece in The Kansas City Star on Jan. 19, Kathleen Sebelius and Tom Vilsack argue that the new health care law is giving rural families and small business owners more freedom in their health care and insurance choices. And, the former Midwest governors say, repeal of the law would eliminate investments in the health care workforce and leave thousands of rural communities without enough doctors and nurses.
Sebelius, former Kansas governor, is health and human services secretary. Vilsack, former Iowa governor, is agriculture secretary.
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