Health care reform group say U.S. census numbers don't tell the whole story
A national group advocating for healthcare reform says U.S. Census numbers don’t tell the whole story about those who are uninsured.
Families USA is releasing more specific data by state of how many people (under age 65) have gone without health insurance for at least part of 2007-2008. In Oregon, it’s 1.1 million, or 34.4 percent.
- Title: Health Care Reform Group says U.S. Census numbers don't tell the whole story
- Date: 04/01/09
- Length: 1:50 minutes (1.68 MB)
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