Wednesday, December 23, 2009

"To Kill or Not to Kill the Bill" (with video)

GRITtv, with video (23:00):
The progressive community is at each other’s throats over the health care bill: some say kill it and start over, others say pass it now and fix it later. Without a public option, Medicare buy-in, or other cost-controlling measures, and with Stupak and Nelson holding women’s rights for ransom, is there anything good left in this bill?

We ask Chris Hayes, Washington editor for The Nation, Lizz Winstead, host and producer of Shoot the Messenger and co-creator of The Daily Show, and Miriam Yeung of Women of Color United for Health Care what’s in, what’s out, and what the best course of action is now for progressives who want to see real reform.

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