Thursday, September 20, 2007

Bush Administration Opposes States Setting Local Healthcare Insurance Guidelines for Their Children

Congress has compromised on Children's Health Insurance Bill (SCHIP), which President Bush intends to veto because he opposes states setting their own criteria for the children's eligibility.

During his latest press conference he attacked Dems for attempting to increase health care coverage for more poor children, and during that event his defense of his record on SCHIP both as Texas's Governor and as President was somewhat less than honest, as TexObBlog points out.

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