Home-based health reform meetings to be 'crashed' by big healthcare companies

Obama's transition team is organizing thousands of home-based discussion sessions about healthcare reform. However, they may have more than just average citizens in those meetings, as insurers are rallying their employees, doctors and patients to attend the meetings. Meanwhile, drug companies are organizing some of the meetings, and the AMA is encouraging all doctors to participate. Anyone who hasn't already jumped on this bandwagon can't be far behind. Article

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