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  • Heartland Health Care News
    Total Archives: 4 Years, 31 Issues, 261 Articles, 591pp
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      1. Heartland Health Care News,
        July 2001 Issue, 7 Articles, 20pp
        Attention Focuses on Tax Credits by James Frogue
      2. Heartland Health Care News,
        August 2001 Issue, 7 Articles, 20pp
        Tennesse Taxpayers Revolt by Conrad F. Meier
        Protesters reject state income tax proposal, riot in Nashville
      3. Heartland Health Care News,
        September 2001 Issue, 8 Articles, 20pp
        Dodging the Patients' Bill of Rights by Robert E. Moffit, Ph.D.
        If "patients' rights" are so good, why do federal employees reject them?
      4. Heartland Health Care News,
        October 2001 Issue, 8 Articles, 20pp
        Americans Want Health Care Choice by Conrad F. Meier
      5. Heartland Health Care News,
        November 2001 Issue, 8 Articles, 20pp
        Doctors Support Market-Based Health Care by Conrad F. Meier
        State medical association rejects single-payer measures
      6. Heartland Health Care News,
        December 2001 Issue, 8 Articles, 20pp
        Main Debates Single-Payer Health Care by Conrad F. Meier
        Voters narrowly approve single-payer plan in non-binding ballot measure
      7. Heartland Health Care News,
        January 2002 Issue, 8 Articles, 19pp
        Md. Single-Payer Proposal Would Cost 117,000 Jobs, Shrink Payroll Tax Receipts by $4.89 Billion by Conrad F. Meier
        Universal health care proposals would have "negative economic consequences for the state, including decreases in employment and payroll"
      8. Heartland Health Care News,
        February 2002 Issue, 7 Articles, 20pp
        State Risk Pools Under the Gun by Bruce Abbe
      9. Heartland Health Care News,
        March 2002 Issue, 7 Articles, 20pp
        Supreme Court Narrows Reach of ADA by Dewey Crepeau
        Toyota decision represents an example of good facts leading to good law
      10. Heartland Health Care News,
        April 2002 Issue, 9 Articles, 20pp
        States Declare War on Prescription Drugs by Joseph L. Bast and Merrill Matthews
        States attempt to shift costs by mandating supplemental drug rebates
      11. Heartland Health Care News,
        May 2002 Issue, 9 Articles, 20pp
        Grassroots Activists Take on Rx Limits by Diane Carol Bast and Jason M. Thomas
        From Maryland to Oregon, citizens strike out against supplemental rebates
      12. Heartland Health Care News,
        June 2002 Issue, 9 Articles, 20pp
        Bush Backs Federally Mandated Mental Health Insurance Parity by Conrad F. Meier
      13. Heartland Health Care News,
        August 2002 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        IRS Backs Free-Market Health Care by Conrad F. Meier
      14. Heartland Health Care News,
        September 2002 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        Congress OKs $100 Million for High-Risk Pools by Conrad F. Meier
      15. Heartland Health Care News,
        November 2002 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        California Defies Federal Stem Cell Policy by Diane Carol Bast and Conrad F. Meier
      16. Heartland Health Care News,
        December 2002 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        Oregon Voters Rebuff Single-Payer Measure by Conrad F. Meier
      17. Heartland Health Care News,
        January 2003 Issue, 9 Articles, 15pp
        States Taking the Lead on Medical Malpractice Reform by James M. Taylor
      18. Heartland Health Care News,
        February 2003 Issue, 9 Articles, 18pp
        States Tackle Medicaid by Joe Moser
      19. Heartland Health Care News,
        March 2003 Issue, 9 Articles, 18pp
        Jury Awards Forcing Doctors off the Job by James M. Taylor and Conrad F. Meier
      20. Heartland Health Care News,
        April 2003 Issue, 9 Articles, 20pp
        Thumbs Down on Smallpox Vaccine Program by Conrad F. Meier
        Fewer than 1 percent of targeted first responders were vaccinated by February's end
      21. Heartland Health Care News,
        May 2003 Issue, 8 Articles, 18pp
        U.S. Malpractice Reform Takes Hit by Conrad F. Meier
      22. Heartland Health Care News,
        July 2003 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        Drug Benefit Bill Heads to Senate Floor by Conrad F. Meier and Diane Carol Bast
      23. Heartland Health Care News,
        August 2003 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        Maine Launches Controversial Health Care Plan by Conrad F. Meier
      24. Heartland Health Care News,
        September 2003 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        Drug Reimportation Passes House by Joe Moser
      25. Heartland Health Care News,
        October 2003 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        Florida Passes Malpractice Reform by James M. Taylor
        Compromise bill ends months of deadlock
      26. Heartland Health Care News,
        November 2003 Issue, 8 Articles, 19pp
        Illinois Gov. Ignores Rx Warnings by Steve Stanek
      27. Heartland Health Care News,
        February 2004 Issue, 9 Articles, 18pp
        Seniors Wary of New Medicare by Conrad F. Meier
      28. Heartland Health Care News,
        March 2004 Issue, 8 Articles, 18pp
        A Critical Moment for Health Care in America by Steve Stanek
      29. Heartland Health Care News,
        April 2004 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        Doctors Flee Illinois by Steve Stanek
      30. Heartland Health Care News,
        May 2004 Issue, 7 Articles, 18pp
        Canadian Pharmacies Flunk Inspections by Conrad F. Meier
      31. Heartland Health Care News,
        June 2004 Issue, 9 Articles, 19pp
        Congress Acts to Defuse Obesity Time Bomb by Steve Stanek
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      1. Heartland Health Care News
        , November 2002, pp. 5-6 - PDF
      2. Heartland Health Care News
        , May 2004, p. 17 - PDF
      3. Heartland Health Care News
        , May 2004, pp. 14-16 - PDF
      4. Heartland Health Care News
        , February 2003, p. 16 - PDF
      5. Heartland Health Care News
        , October 2001, p. 1 - PDF
      6. Heartland Health Care News
        , December 2001, pp. 14-15 - PDF
      7. Heartland Health Care News
        , October 2003, pp. 7-12 - PDF
      8. Heartland Health Care News
        , August 2003, pp. 18-19 - PDF
      9. Heartland Health Care News
        , February 2003, p. 7 - PDF
      10. Heartland Health Care News
        , July 2001, p. 1 - PDF
      11. Heartland Health Care News
        , November 2002, pp. 8-12 - PDF
      12. Heartland Health Care News
        , April 2003, pp. 18-20 - PDF
      13. Heartland Health Care News
        , July 2003, p. 16 - PDF
      14. Heartland Health Care News
        , April 2002, pp. 11-12 - PDF
      15. Heartland Health Care News
        , June 2002, pp. 1-2 - PDF
      16. Heartland Health Care News
        , November 2002, p. 7 - PDF
      17. Heartland Health Care News
        , May 2002, pp. 4-5 - PDF
      18. Heartland Health Care News
        , August 2001, p. 2 - PDF
      19. Heartland Health Care News
        , November 2002, pp. 1-2 - PDF
      20. Heartland Health Care News
        , June 2004, pp. 8-12 - PDF