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(The Washington Post)
Graham positions his health-care plan as a choice between 'socialism or federalism'
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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) painted a dark picture of health care in the U.S. if the Graham-Cassidy plan doesn't pass. "I'm trying to take the money and power in Washington and send it back closer to the patient," he said on Sept. 19.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) painted a dark picture of health care in the U.S. if the Graham-Cassidy plan doesn't pass. "I'm trying to take the money and power in Washington and send it back closer to the patient," he said on Sept. 19.
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