"My wife read what the AMA clarifying statement was and neither one of us had an objection," former Gov. Howard Dean, told the Huffington Post. "There wasn't much in there. It did not say we opposed the public option. It did say the public option should have certain aspects in it that don't hurt the practice of medicine. That is something I understand. The American Medical Association is straddling a very difficult line."--from "Obama Takes Up Public Health Care Option In AMA Speech."
Monday, June 15, 2009
Howard Dean on the AMA and the public option
Sam Stein (HuffPo):