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Will You Need Health Insurance If The Atmosphere Is Destroyed?

Lawmakers worry that the Obama administration's focus on health care reform may be impeding on climate change legislation.

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Environmentalists are worried that lawmakers will make health care and climate change legislation an "either/or" situation.


As the Obama administration attempts to get the wheels moving forward with their new health care plan/agenda, some environmentalists are worried that lawmakers will end up making health care and climate change legislation an “either/or” situation.

Some have raised concerns that by trying to push two major initiatives at one time, they could both fail.

Here are a few articles looking at the situation currently unfolding in congress.

Read More:

  • Will Health Battle Wound Climate Effort (New York Times)
  • Climate Action Vs. Health Care Reform: Is it One or the Other? (TreeHugger)

Cory Barker

Cory Barker is a summer intern for Earth Eats and senior IU student from Hartford City, Indiana. He is double majoring in journalism and communication and culture with a minor in business.

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