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Fri June 29, 2012
One Idaho Doctor Weighs In On Affordable Care Court Decision
The U-S Supreme Court’s decision to uphold universal health care has triggered a lot of reaction from politicians and analysts. Idaho was one of the first states to join the lawsuit to strike down the law.
Ted Epperly has been involved in the debate over health care, testifying before Congress and speaking across the country about the need for reform measures. The Boise-based family physician served as the President of the American Academy of Family Physicians and met with President Obama six times to offer his views about health care.
He told Samantha Wright how he felt when he heard Thursday’s decision from the U-S Supreme Court…
Dr. Ted Epperley is a family physician in Boise. His book is “Fractured: America’s Broken Health Care System and What we must do to heal it.”
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