Cures for a Crisis: Governor Ed Rendell
We've talked about what consumers, providers and businesses can do to lower the cost of healthcare. Tonight, we look at the role of government. Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell sits down with Tonia Caruso to discuss his "Prescription for Pennsylvania."
Cures for a Crisis: Governor Ed Rendell aired on Dec 06, 2007.
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