Bill Moyers Journal: John Nichols and Terry O’Neill + Gretchen Morgenson + What is Reform?

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Bill Moyers Journal
March 26, 2010

John Nichols and Terry O’Neill

Bill Moyers takes a closer look at the newly signed health bill and explores the future of health care reform with THE NATION’s John Nichols and National Organization for Women president Terry O’Neill.

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Bill Moyers Journal: John Nichols and Terry O’Neill

Gretchen Morgenson

Eighteen months after the economic meltdown, why has Washington been unable rein in Wall Street with serious regulation? Bill Moyers speaks with financial journalist Gretchen Morgenson for a candid look at the obstacles facing substantive reform and what Congress’ proposed legislation would — and wouldn’t — accomplish.

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Bill Moyers Journal: Gretchen Morgenson

What is Reform?

A Bill Moyers Essay.

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Bill Moyers Journal: What is Reform?

see

Why Dennis Kucinich Flipped His Vote on the Healthcare Bill

What President Obama Didn’t Say by Dennis Kucinich

Bernie Sanders’ Floor Speech on Health Care

Dennis Kucinich is calling for “The Medicare Public Option” + Take Action

H.R.4789: Public Option Act – U.S. Congress – OpenCongress

The Daily Show: In Dodd We Trust

Exclusive: Derivatives for Dummies by The Other Katherine Harris

One response to “Bill Moyers Journal: John Nichols and Terry O’Neill + Gretchen Morgenson + What is Reform?

  1. Pingback: On the Edge with Max Keiser: Michael Hudson: Obamacare is a give away to Wall Street « Dandelion Salad

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