ERLC Offers ‘Fifteen Principles for Successful Health Care Reform’

By Staff
Nov 10, 2009

While the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission remains opposed to the health care bills moving through Congress, we strongly support bringing reform to the nation’s health care system. Offering a framework for acceptable reform, the ERLC has outlined “Fifteen Principles for Successful Health Care Reform.” To view those principles, please click here (62 KB PDF).

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