Saturday, May 14, 2011

Health care compact heads to Governor Fallin

The Oklahoma state Senate this week (Wednesday, May 11) passed Oklahoma’s health care compact. Oklahoma became the fourth state to pass such a proposal. It authorizes an accord among participating states and, according to a leading national advocate, would allow Oklahoma to create its own health care policies. Supporters contend the compact could trump prior federal law. 

Read full story by Patrick B. McGuigan at
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