Fox in Charge of the Hen House?

November 2014
Moderate Voice;11/15/2014, p3
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The article focuses on doctor Monica Wehby, a Republican who lost the 2014 election in the U.S., and has asked Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber for the open position of director of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Topics discussed include she offered her expertise and interest in health care reform to the governor, the OHA director implements Obamacare, and her political campaign involved the Affordable Care Act.


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